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

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Walker Ruth A case for early identification and intervention with 3-5 year olds showing signs of over-activity and complex social communication difficulties in nursery settings
Ward Jacqui Participation & Consultation: A Whole School Staged Approach To Behaviour
Whitehurst Teresa Including the Excluded through the Arts : The Monkey King Project (.doc)
Wienke Wilfred

Project ASD: Preparing Diverse Special Educators to Work With Students With Autism Spectrum Disorders (.doc)

Williams J.R.A. Inclusion as the hidden curriculum of participation and citizenship in the Arabic speaking world
Williams Lucia The impact of domestic violence on students: Implications for inclusionary practices
Wills Rod What Works For Us: The Parents’ Voice
Wills Rod Support From School: Ongoing Conversations
Wilson Louca-Mai Improvement Through Involvement: How can the views of young disabled people and their parents best inform education research, policy and planning?
Winter Patricia Policy Reform Through Management (.pdf)
Winterton Sally How Identifying Your Learning Style Can Enhance Student Learning (.doc)
Woolfson Lisa

A comparison of special, regular and support teachers’ beliefs about children’s learning difficulties

 


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