ISEC 2005

Inclusive and Supportive Education Congress
International Special Education Conference
Inclusion: Celebrating Diversity?

1st - 4th August 2005. Glasgow, Scotland

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SESSION 3, 10.30, 2nd AUG

A13 / Symposium / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC
The Cycle of Tantrums, Rage and Meltdowns in Children and Youth with Asperger Syndrome, High Functioning Autism and Related Disabilites
Lead Author: Brenda Myles, University of Kansas, USA

A35 / Symposium / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC
Reframing Literacy Instruction: Based on Scientifically-based Classroom Data
Lead Author: Herbert Rieth, University of Texas at Austin, USA

I11 / Symposium / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC
Promoting International Dialogue on Inclusive Education
Lead Author: Susie Miles, The Enabling Education Network, England

I31 / Symposium / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC
The Relationship between Inclusion and Pupil Achievement in English Schools
Lead Author: Peter Farrell, University of Manchester, England

P07 / Symposium / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC
Teacher Problem Solving Skills (TPSS): Multiple Ways of Teaching and Learning Using Case-based Instruction
Lead Author: Kate Mitchem, West Virginia University, USA

X07 / Symposium / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC
Inclusive Education for Students with Disabilities - What we know about the effects on students with significant disabilities and their nondisabled classmates
Lead Author: Diane Lea Ryndak, University of Florida, USA

A05 / Individual Papers / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC

Higher Education Provision for the Deaf in Turkey and Anadolu University Experience
Lead Author: M Cem Girgin, Anadolu University, Turkey

Reflections of Deaf Students and their Experiences in the Mainstreamed Turkish High Schools
Lead Author: Hakan Sari, Selcuk University, Turkey

Deaf children with additional disabilities in Cyprus
Lead Author: Kika Hadjikakou, Cyprus Ministry of Education & Culture, Cyprus

A27 / Individual Papers / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC

The Early Identification of Dyslexia in Bilingual Pupils: A study of play patterns in 4 year olds
Lead Author: Kathleen Kelly, Manchester Metropolitan University, England

A cognitive approach to literacy instruction (CATLI): A method that facilitates the accommodation of learning differences in inclusive classrooms
Lead Author: Elaine Harcombe, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

Promoting Inclusive Practice in Dyslexia
Lead Author: Kathleen Clark, University of Strathclyde, Scotland

C01 / Individual Papers / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC

Curricular Expectations of Secondary School Teachers and Students: The Case of Nigerian Social Studies Programme
Lead Author: Abiodun Ogunyemi, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Nigeria

Special Educators and Family Dynamics: Perspectives and Curriculum Influence on Viewpoints
Lead Author: Rebecca Elder-Hinshaw, Indiana University, USA

Teachers' instructional behavior towards students with special needs and their relationship to students' performance
Lead Author: Orit Almog, Beit Berl College, Israel

C08 / Individual Papers / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC

Understandings of inclusion: The perceptions of teachers and teaching assistants
Lead Author: Hazel Lawson, University of Plymouth, England

Consulting with Children who have Additional Needs: Views on Accessibility
Lead Author: Richard Woolfson, Renfrewshire Psychological Service, Scotland

Advocacy and Inclusionary Practices
Lead Author: Vivienne Kuester, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada

I04 / Individual Papers / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC

Ethinic minorities in Spain: teachers, parents and students beliefs and education performance in multicultural schools
Lead Author: Pilar Arnaiz Sanchez, University of Murcia, Spain

Practising Inclusion in Slovenia: Analysis of some Systemic, Procedural and Organizational Factors
Lead Author: Suzana Pulec Lah, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

South African Inclusive Education Policy - Celebrating Human Rights?
Lead Author: Johnnie Hay, University of the Free State, South Africa

I19 / Individual Papers / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC

Beyond Inclusion: making every school special
Lead Author: Claire Bibby, Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council, England

The transferability of teaching approaches to promote inclusive education across two countries: India and the UK
Lead Author: Richard Rose, University College Northampton, England

Inclusion: Some Emerging Directions in the Indian Context
Lead Author: Abha Sandill, Independent, India

X12 / Individual Papers / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC

A Quest for Productive Management. Providing our Utmost to Open the Doors for their Success to Emerge: Living Life as a Catalyst for Change
Lead Author: Judith S Amatangelo, Independent, USA

Developing Sustainable Trans-Disciplinary Working Practices that Facilitate Successful Inclusion of Pupils with Complex Learning Difficulties between Physiotherapists and Educationalists
Lead Author: Liz Flavell, North-West Specialist Inclusion Centre, England

Drama: Aesthetic Pedagogy for Socially Challenged Children
Lead Author: Melanie Peter, Suffolk College, England

X35 / Individual Papers / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC

Designing Educational Software to Suit the Strengths of the Autistic Learner
Lead Author: Mary Barry, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland

Learning through Hypermedia Cases: A Comparison of Pre-service and Practising Teachers in General and Special Education
Lead Author: Kevin Koury, California University of Pennsylvania, USA

Identifying the Divergence of Policy and Practice in the Use of ICT for Special Needs Education
Lead Author: Elaine Smith, Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland

X38 / Individual Papers / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC

How assistive technology can facilitate classroom inclusion
Lead Author: Susan P Gregory, Montana State University-Billings, USA

Paper 2 TBC

Paper 3 TBC

I24 / Seminar / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC
Strengthening Inclusive Education by Applying a Right-based Approach to Education Programming
Lead Author: Olof Sandkull, UNESCO Bangkok, Thailand

I33 / Seminar / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC
Developing Inclusive Practice: The role of education authorities in Scotland
Lead Author: Anton Florek, Virtual Staff College, England

I40 / Poster Symposium / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC
Inclusive Practices in Hong Kong Schools: Assessment, Management and Teacher Education Issues
Lead Author: David Kwok, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong

A50 / Poster / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC
Auditory deficient children parents understanding and following to directions from a specialized team in Bauru/SP/Brazil
Lead Author: Telma Flores Genaro Motti, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil

A56 / Poster / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC
School-to-Work Transition: A Seamless Process
Lead Author: Joseph Havranek, Bowling Green State University, USA

I34 / Poster / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC
Brazil: Some experiences about inclusion
Lead Author: Maria Ines Bacellar Monteiro, Universidade Metodista de Piracicaba, Brazil

X44 / Poster / Session 3, 10:30, 2 Aug / Room TBC
Analysing the Wider Effectiveness of our Unique Counsellor and Therapist
Lead Author: Gareth Morewood, Priestnall School, England

 


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