This practical and accessible text for educating students with special needs provides examples and tips on how to develop effective teaching and learning in inclusive settings.
About the Author
Richard Rose is Professor of Inclusive Education and Director of the Centre for Education and Research, University of Northampton. He has previously held teaching posts in several parts of the UK including a time as headteacher. Richard has researched and published extensively in the area of special and inclusive education both in the UK and internationally. He is Director of Project IRIS, a longitudinal study of special needs provision in the Republic of Ireland. Richard works regularly in India and has also conducted research and consultancy in several other countries including Georgia, Malaysia, Singapore, China and Estonia.
Table of Contents
Special Educational Needs as a Concept.Becoming an Inclusive TeacherPupils Giving Cause For ConcernTeaching and Learning StylesCreating Inclusive Classroom EnvironmentsCreating Inclusive Classroom TeamsLearning From PupilsLooking Beyond SchoolDeveloping Further as a Professional