Inclusion: Developing An Effective Whole School Approach: Developing an Effective Whole School Approach Paperback – 1 Sep 2009
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Alison Ekins and Peter Grimes are both Senior Lecturers in the Centre for Enabling Learning at Canterbury Christchurch University, UK.
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The author is passionate that school's need to engage the whole community to ensure that meaningful change can occur and develop. Therefore, this book is not just for SENCo's but for all education professionals. The author encourages the joint effort of all staff to find relevant ways to incorporate all processes within the school and to make class teachers central in this process. It is important for the reader to remember that each school is at a different stage of development and that the book needs to be moulded and used personally in their own school context. This is not a `quick fix' it will be a process that will be an ongoing cycle of development.
I will be using this book within my role as Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator in my school and as part of my research project for obtaining a Masters in Inclusive Education. Of particular interest was the chapter on "Inclusive Interventions" and meeting the needs of children by adapting their learning to suit their particular needs. How can schools do this more effectively?Read more ›