Normal view MARC view ISBD view

Belonging : rethinking inclusive practices to support well-being and identity / edited by Annie Guerin and Trish McMenamin.

By: Guerin, Annie.
Contributor(s): Ballard, Keith | Bollinger, Henrietta | Cook, Hera | Gaffney, Michael | Henderson, Fiona | Heng, Leechin | McAnelly, Kate | McMenamin, Trish | Pannell, Be | Rietveld, Christine | Turner, Marie | Whitburn, Ben | White, Julie | Wong, Melanie.
Series: Studies in inclusive education, VOLUME 38.Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill Sense, 2019Description: x, 138 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789004388406.Subject(s): INCLUSIVE EDUCATION | PARTICIPATION | IDENTITY | WELL BEING | POLICY | NEW ZEALAND | AUSTRALIA | SOUTH AFRICA | BELONGING
Contents:
Notes on Contributors. - 1. Introduction: setting the scene. - 2. What happens next? Inclusion in an excluding world. - PART 1: PARTICIPATION - BELONGING IN ACTION. - 3. Inclusion and autism. - 4. Theory circles, inclusion and the PhD student. - 5. Achieving citizenship for all : theorising active participation for disabled children and their families in early childhood education. - PART 2l POLICY AND THEORY TO SUPPORT BELONGING. - 6. The construction of giftedness in education policy in New Zealand and Australia: implications for inclusive education policy. - 7. Employing intersectionality and the concept of difference to investiagte belonging and inclusion. - PART 3: IDENTITY AND WELL-BEING - KEYS TO BELONGING. - 8. The impact of inclusive education and access to sexuality education on the development of identity in young people living with disability. - 9. Quality of belonging and its relationship to learning: case studies of three new entrant children and a 12 year old with Down syndrome.
Summary: "In Belonging: Rethinking Inclusive Practices to Support Well-Being and Identity, issues related to inclusive education and belonging across a range of education contexts from early childhood to tertiary education are examined and matters related to participation, policy and theory, and identity and well-being are explored. Individual chapters, which are drawn from papers presented at The Inclusive Education Summit held at the University of Canterbury, 2016, canvass a variety of topics including pedagogy, sexuality, theory, policy and practice. These topics are explored from the authors' varying perspectives as practitioners, academics and lay-persons and also from varying international perspectives including New Zealand, South Africa and Australia." - BOOK JACKET
Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. Log in to add tags.
    average rating: 0.0 (0 votes)
Item type Current location Collection Call number Copy number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
Book IHC Library
Main Collection 420 GUE (Browse shelf) 1 Available W0011686
Total holds: 0

Includes bibliographical references.

Notes on Contributors. - 1. Introduction: setting the scene. - 2. What happens next? Inclusion in an excluding world. - PART 1: PARTICIPATION - BELONGING IN ACTION. - 3. Inclusion and autism. - 4. Theory circles, inclusion and the PhD student. - 5. Achieving citizenship for all : theorising active participation for disabled children and their families in early childhood education. - PART 2l POLICY AND THEORY TO SUPPORT BELONGING. - 6. The construction of giftedness in education policy in New Zealand and Australia: implications for inclusive education policy. - 7. Employing intersectionality and the concept of difference to investiagte belonging and inclusion. - PART 3: IDENTITY AND WELL-BEING - KEYS TO BELONGING. - 8. The impact of inclusive education and access to sexuality education on the development of identity in young people living with disability. - 9. Quality of belonging and its relationship to learning: case studies of three new entrant children and a 12 year old with Down syndrome.

"In Belonging: Rethinking Inclusive Practices to Support Well-Being and Identity, issues related to inclusive education and belonging across a range of education contexts from early childhood to tertiary education are examined and matters related to participation, policy and theory, and identity and well-being are explored. Individual chapters, which are drawn from papers presented at The Inclusive Education Summit held at the University of Canterbury, 2016, canvass a variety of topics including pedagogy, sexuality, theory, policy and practice. These topics are explored from the authors' varying perspectives as practitioners, academics and lay-persons and also from varying international perspectives including New Zealand, South Africa and Australia." - BOOK JACKET

There are no comments for this item.

Log in to your account to post a comment.

Powered by Koha

//