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British journal of special education


Año 2004. Número 31 (2)

Articles
Learning from James: Lessons about Policy and Practice for Schools' Special Provision in the Area of Literacy Difficulties
Janice Wearmouth
Towards Inclusion? Models of Behaviour Support in Secondary Schools in One Education Authority in Scotland
Jean Kane, George Head, Nicola Cogan
Focus on Practice
'Celebrating Families': an Inclusive Model of Family-Centred Training
Barry Carpenter, Mandy Addenbrooke, Elizabeth Attfield, Sally Conway
Getting in Touch with our Feminine Sides? Men's Difficulties and Concerns with Doing Intensive Interaction
Andrew Culham
What Works for us - Boys' Views of Their Experiences in a Former List D School
Mark Smith, Euan McKay, Mono Chakrabarti
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General Education Teachers in the United Arab Emirates and Their Acceptance of the Inclusion of Students with Disabilities
Emad M. Alghazo, Eman El. Naggar Gaad
Research Section
Conducting Evaluation and Research with and for 'Disaffected' Students: Practical and Methodological Issues
Jerry Wellington, Pam Cole
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