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British journal of special education


Año 1999. Número 26 (4)

Original Articles
The Connotation of Special Education Labels for Professionals in the Field pp 179-183
Brahm Norwich
Experience and Achievement: Initiatives in Curriculum Development for Pupils with Severe and Profound and Multiple Learning Difficuties pp 184-188
Richard Byers
Issues of Equity in Special Needs Education from a Gender Perspective pp 189-195
Harry Daniels, Valerie Hey, Diana Leonard, Marjorie Smith
Scoping and Hoping: The Provision of Speech and Language Therapy Services for Children with Special Educational Needs pp 196-200
Elspeth McCartney
Teachers and Speech and Language Therapists Working with Children with Physical Disabilities: Implications for Inclusive Education pp 201-205
Jannet A. Wright, Myra Kersner
Pupils with Severe Learning Difficulties as Personal Target Setters pp 206-212
Richard Rose, Will Fletcher, Gaynor Goodwin
Race and Special Educational Needs in the 1990s pp 213-217
Fernando Almeida Diniz
The Views of Bangladeshi Parents on the Special School Attended by their Young Children with Severe Learning Difficulties pp 218-223
Rachel Warner
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