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British journal of special education


Año 2001. Número 28 (3)

Original Article
Leadership in inclusive education: a professional development agenda for special education pp 108-112
Stephen Powers, Stephen Rayner, Helen Gunter
How inclusive is the Literacy Hour? pp 113-119
Janice Wearmouth, Janet Soler
Planning, teaching and assessing the curriculum for pupils with learning difficulties: curriculum guidelines to support the revised National Curriculum pp 120-122
Ian Colwill, Nick Peacey
Planning, teaching and assessing the curriculum for pupils with learning difficulties: a response from EQUALS pp 123-125
Keith Humphreys
Using a readiness scale for reintegrating pupils with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties from a Nurture Group into their mainstream classroom a pilot study pp 126-132
Rebecca Doyle
Facilitating communication between education and health services: the provision for children with speech and language needs pp 133-137
James Law, Geoff Lindsay, Nick Peacey, Marie Gascoigne, Nina Soloff, Julie Radford, Sue Band
Sensory training and special education can practice make perfect? pp 138-141
David Moore
A study of the attitudes of primary school teachers in Harare towards the inclusion of blind children in regular classes pp 142-147
Taruvinga Mushoriwa
Meeting Report
When should 'School Action' become 'Plus'? pp 148-148
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