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European journal of special needs education

Año 2016. Número 31 (2)

Representations of special support. Independent schools’ descriptions of special educational provision
Gunnlaugur Magnússon
The impact of learning difficulties and socioemotional and behavioural problems on transition to postsecondary education or work life in Finland: a five-year follow-up study
Airi M. Hakkarainen, Leena K. Holopainen & Hannu K. Savolainen
Team-reflection: the missing link in co-teaching teams
D. Fluijt, C. Bakker & E. Struyf
How to cope with stress in special needs education? Stress-inducing dysfunctional cognitions of teacher students: the perspective of professionalisation
Ewald Kiel, Ulrich Heimlich, Reinhard Markowetz, Annika Braun & Sabine Weis
Modelling inclusive special needs education: insights from Dutch secondary schools
T. Van der Bij, F. P. Geijsel, G. J. A. Garst & G. T. M. Ten Dam
An analysis of English teachers’ self-efficacy in relation to SEN and disability and its implications in a changing SEN policy context
Alison Ekins, Hannu Savolainen & Petra Engelbrecht
Developing mainstream resource provision for pupils with autism spectrum disorder: staff perceptions and satisfaction
Caroline Bond & Judith Hebron
Evaluating the quality of learning environments and teaching Äpractice in special schools
Lotte Hedegaard-Soerensen & Susan Tetler
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