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British journal of special education


Año 2006. Número 33 (4)

Special educational needs and disability
Sue Keil, Olga Miller, Rory Cobb
Information and communications technology
Developing methods to evaluate web usability with people with learning difficulties
Peter Williams
Focus on practice
Developing social and emotional fluency: an evaluation of a therapeutic group for girls who attend a school for students with complex needs
Beverley Flitton, Julia Buckroyd, Maria Vassiliou
Emotional and behavioural difficulties
Helpful and unhelpful practices in meeting the needs of pupils with emotional and behavioural difficulties: a pilot survey of staff views in one local authority
Peter Lloyd Bennett
Transitions
Students with special educational needs: transitions from primary to secondary school
Pam Maras, Emma-Louise Aveling
Research section
Occupational stress, negative affectivity and physical health in special and general education teachers in Greece
Lambros Lazuras
Meaning-led learning for pupils with severe and profound and multiple learning difficulties
Phil Goss
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