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 - 'P'

Paige-Smith Alice Parents perceptions and children’s experiences of early intervention – inclusive practice?
Panda Pranati Responsiveness of Pre-service Teacher Education Programme Towards Inclusive Education in India: Appraisal of Curriculum Dimensions and Practices
Parrilla Ángeles The Construction of Social and Educational Exclusion Process in Young People:   Life History of Desiré
Paterson David Risky learning – a challenge for teachers and learners
Paterson David Powerful Partnerships:   Special Education Teachers as Seconded Faculty
Peel Emma Inclusive Practice in South Africa: A Deaf Education Perspective
Perner Darlene Changing Teaching Practices to Meet the Needs of All Learners (.doc)
Perry Barbara
Pervova Irina Inclusion: Policy and Management
Peter Melanie Drama: Aesthetic Pedagogy For Socially Challenged Children (.doc)
Peterson Michael An Inclusive Framework for School Renewal and Professional Inquiry
Phtiaka Helen Children with special needs in the ordinary classroom: teachers' and peers' views
Pierce Thomas ”Assessment can be best described as the systematic collection and analysis of information to make a decision” (McLean, Bailey, & Wolery, 1996)
Pijl SJ The social position of special needs pupils in the classroom
Pirrie Anne Mainstreaming children and young people with special educational needs (SEN)
Portugal Gabriela Improving and supporting inclusive practices in early childhood education in Guinea-Bissau
Pudlas Kevin Inviting inclusive education: Affective considerations
Pulec Suzana Practising Inclusion In Slovenia: Analysis Of Some Systemic, Procedural And Organizational Factors
Perdue Kerry Understanding inclusion and exclusion in New Zealand early childhood education: Cultures, policies and practices


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