ISEC 2005

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

1st - 4th August 2005. Glasgow, Scotland

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Index to ISEC 2005 Presentations

Listed by lead author, presenter or symposium convenor - 'K'

Kaikkonen Leena Transitions to adult life: listening to the voices of teachers and students with special educational needs from vocational education settings
Kalambouka Afroditi Parent aspirations on the future of children with special education needs in Greece
Kaplan Ian Listening to children's voices: the use of images in inclusive education
Karangwa Evariste

The Grassroots Community in the Vanguard of Inclusion: The post-genocide Rwandan perspective

Kearney Alison Special Education Policy And Its Spawning Of Resource Teachers: What Do RTLBs Say About Their New Role?
Keeley Rebecca

A Training Curriculum To Prepare Science Faculty To Work With Students With Disabilities

Kelker Katharin Differentiating Instruction: Lessons from a One Room Schoolhouse
Kelker Katharin

Bringing Information Home: A Case Study in Grassroots Information Systems for Families in Rural Areas

Kershner Ruth The relationship between genetic diagnosis, identification of special educational needs, pedagogical decision-making and action
Khatoon Khadija Educating Students With Disabilities
Khouzam Naguib Developing Welcoming Primary Schools in Egypt
Kiptarus Y. Jacob Including The Deaf In The Mainstream Class In Kenya
Koay Teng Leong Inclusive Education in Brunei Darussalam
Kohl Paul Construction of a Regional Coalition for Inclusive Education
Kuester Vivienne Advocacy and Inclusionary Practices (.pdf)

 


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