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European journal of special needs education


Año 2015. Número 30 (4)

Inclusive education in Italy: description and reflections on full inclusion
Dimitris Anastasiou, James M. Kauffman & Santo Di Nuovo
Integrazione scholastica: on not having all of the answers – a response to Anastasiou, Kauffman and Di Nuovo
Beth A. Ferri
Inclusive education in Italy: a response to Anastasiou, Kauffman and Di Nuovo
Brahm Norwich
Inclusive education in Italy: a response to Anastasiou, Kauffman and Di Nuovo
Renato Opertti
Looking beyond the alibi that not everything functions perfectly in Italy: a response to Anastasiou, Kauffman and Di Nuovo
Renzo Vianello & Silvia Lanfranchi
A reply to the EJSNE symposium’s respondents
Dimitris Anastasiou, James M. Kauffman & Santo Di Nuovo
‘When I need to do something else with the other children, then I can rely on her’: teaching assistants working with socially disadvantaged students
Zbynek Nemec, Klára Simácková-Laurencíková, Vanda Hájková & Iva Strnadová
Qualitative research interviews of children with communication disorders: methodological implications
D. Bedoin & R. Scelles
The law and special educational needs in Ireland: perspectives from the legal profession
Sheila Perry & Marie Clarke
Teacher’s perspective on how to promote children’s learning in reading and writing
Gunilla Sandberg, Tina Hellblom-Thibblin & Anders Garpelin
Negotiating reassurance: parents’ narratives on follow-up after cochlear implantation
Marieke Bruin & Stein Erik Ohna
Look closer: the alertness of people with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities during multi-sensory storytelling, a time sequential analysis
Annet Ten Brug, Vera S. Munde, Annette A.J. van der Putten & Carla Vlaskamp
Roles, duties and challenges of special/support teachers at secondary education: implications for promoting inclusive practices
Anastasia Vlachou, Eleni Didaskalou & Maria Kontofryou
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