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Special teaching for special children? : pedagogies for inclusion / [edited by] Ann Lewis and Brahm Norwich
Maidenhead ; New York : Open University Press, c2005
book jacket
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 4th Floor  LC4704 .S64 2005    AVAILABLE
Gift from P. Fossum, 2010
Subject(s) Special education
Teaching
Inclusive education
Physical Description xiv, 238 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents How specialized is teaching pupils with disabilities and difficulties? / Brahm Norwich and Ann Lewis -- Deafness / Sue Gregory -- Visual impairment / Graeme Douglas and Mike McLinden -- Deafblindness / Olga Miller and Liz Hodges -- Severe learning difficulties / Jill Porter -- Profound and multiple learning difficulties / Jean Ware -- Children with Down's syndrome / Jennifer Wishart -- English as an additional language and children with speech, language and communication needs / Deirdre Martin -- Autistic spectrum disorders / Rita Jordan -- Ad/HD / Paul Cooper -- Dyslexia / Gavin Read -- Dyspraxia / Madeleine Portwood -- Social, emotional and behavioural difficulties / Tim O'Brien -- Moderate learning difficulties / Felicity-Fletcher-Campbell -- Low attainment / Alan Dyson and Peter Hick -- Overview and discussion: overall conclusions / Ann Lewis and Brahm Norwich
NOTE Gift from P. Fossum, 2010
Series Inclusive education
Alternate Author Lewis, Ann, 1950-
Norwich, Brahm
Library donation, 2010

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