Special educational needs and inclusive practices : an international perspective / edited by Fabio Dovigo
By: Dovigo, Fabio.
Contributor(s): Dovigo, Fabio | Westling, Mara Allodi | Andreozzi, Pasquale | Ashby, Christy | Booth, Tony | Brokamp, Barbara | Favella, Clara Diletta | Ferri, Beth A | Gasparini, Francesca | Nes, Kari | Pietrocarlo, Anna | Rocco, Vincenza | Zappella, Emanuela.Series: Studies in inclusive education (Sense Publishers): v.33.Publisher: Rotterdam, Sense Publishers : 2017Copyright date: 2017Description: xiii, 243 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789463008556.Subject(s): INCLUSIVE EDUCATION | SPECIAL EDUCATION | BEST PRACTICES | GERMANY | ITALY | NORWAY | SWEDEN | UNITED KINGDOM | UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
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Includes bibliographical references.
Introduction / Fabio Dovigo. - PART 1: THE STATE OF THE ART OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN SIX COUNTRIES. - 1. Promoting educational development led by inclusive values in England : experiences with the Index for Inclusion. - 2. US inclusion in the era of neoliberal educational reforms. - 3. Linking theory to practice in inclusive education. - 4. Inclusive education and exclusionary practices in Norwegian schools. - 5. The "Index for Inclusion" : examples from Germany. - 6. A critical review of ideology, policy and circumstances in the Swedish context related to inclusive educationorganisational climate and students' wellbeing. - PART 2: ANALYSING GOOD PRACTICES ON INCLUSIVE EDUCATION. - 7. Educational inclusion and organization. - 8. Creative art-based projects in inclusive education : promoting intercultural education through art. - 9. Building evaluation capacity in science education to spread sustainable and inclusive education. - 10. The role of counselling in child care services as an inclusive practice. - 11. Workplace inclusion for workers with disabilities : an Italian experience.
The aim of the book is twofold: on the one hand, it offers a systematic overview of the inclusive education state-of-the-art in six countries (Germany, Italy, Norway, Sweden, UK, and USA) based on the contributions by well-known scholars... On the other hand, the book nalyses five cases of good practices of inclusion related to different subjects and school levels." - PUBLISHER'S WEBSITE