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 - 'R'

Rainforth Beverly DRAFT WITH ALI
Randall Stuart ICT for Inclusion: A Practical Model for high-quality media-rich motivation
Rao Shaila Transition and Inclusion in Higher Education: Practices to Prevent Disabilities from Becoming a Handicap
Raymond Heather It can be done! An example of Whole Schooling from Canada
Rayner Margaret Listening to Other People’s Voices
Reffel James Successful Pedagogy for Governor’s Honors Students (Gifted) Participating in Education Minor: An Application of Successful Intelligence (.doc)
Reffel Julia Preparing Teachers Who Are Highly Qualified and Highly Effective (.doc)
Reily Lucia Inclusion of students with physical disabilities in municipal schools in Campinas, Brazil: management issues
Reiter Shunit Ending the silence - Adolescents with developmental disabilities as victims of crimes
Renzaglia Adelle Accessing General Curriculum for High School Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities
Riddell Sheila The Classification of Pupils at the Educational Margins: Shifting Categories and Frameworks
Ritter Shirley Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners in the General Education Class
Robertson Christopher Improvement Through Involvement: How can the views of young disabled people and their parents best inform education research, policy and planning?
Rogers Christine

Listening to Other People’s Voices - Experiencing a ‘special’ education: Parents voices

Rose Richard The Transferability of Teaching Approaches to Promote Inclusive Education across two Countries: India and the UK
Rose Richard Encouraging Questions and Raising Voices
Rubin Maria

Education Of Young People And Adults With Intellectual Disabilities In Brazil: Evolutive Analysis Of Portuguese Language And Mathematics

Rule Sarah Electronically - Mediated Education: Challenges of Accessibility
Ryndak Diane Inclusive Education for Students with Severe Disabilities in the United States: Effects on Selected Areas of Outcomes


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