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Special Educational Needs, Inclusion And Diversity (UK Higher Education OUP Humanities & Social Sciences Educati) Paperback – 19 Dec 2015
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Norah Frederickson is Professor of Educational Psychology at University College London and a Senior Educational Psychologist with Buckinghamshire Local Education Authority
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Although a text that can be dipped in and out of, the progression through the chapters is hugely helpful in providing background, frameworks and opportunities to really think and apply research to practice. Therefore the authors have successfully produced a text that is accessible and valuable to a those new to SEN, Inclusion and diversity, and equally for experienced practitioners, whether they be teachers, researchers, educational psychologists, SENCos, specialist teachers and the many and varied professionals working with SEN in community settings.
Part 1 addresses key issues, constructs and concerns relating to special and inclusive education in a very balanced and thoughtful manner, leading the reader to a consideration of causal modelling and interactive developmental frameworks for understanding child development and SEN. In Part 2 the focus is on assessment for and of learning with commendable attention to important issues of bias and equity. Part 3 includes chapters relating to specific curriculum areas including language, literacy, and maths and to areas of needs including autism and social emotional, behavioural and mental health, sensory and physical needs. With comprehensive referencing and indexing, this is an invaluable resource for student teachers and experienced practitioners alike.