Table of contents for Theories of inclusive education : a student's guide / Peter Clough and Jenny Corbett.


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PART ONE: ROUTES TO INCLUSION
Introduction
London 1978
Sheffield 2000
Constructing Difference and Difficulty
Exploring Perspectives on Inclusion
Some Key Perspectives
The Psycho-Medical Legacy
The Sociological Response
Curricular Approaches
School Improvement Strategies
Disability Studies Critique
Conclusion
Powerful Coalitions
PART TWO: WRITERS ON INCLUSIVE EDUCATION
Mel Ainscow
Julie Allan
Colin Barnes
Len Barton
Douglas Biklen
Tony Booth
Peter Clough
Jenny Corbett
Mairian Corker
Harry Daniels
Alan Dyson
Lani Florian
Sally French
Gillian Fulcher
Bob Lingard
Peter Mittler
Brahm Norwich
Mike Oliver
Patricia Potts
Sheila Riddell
Roger Slee
Sally Tomlinson
Klaus Wedell
Overview
PART THREE: LINKING THEORY WITH PRACTICE
Why Relate Theory to Practice
Developing an Inclusive Ethos
Mainstreaming Students with Autism or Asperger's Syndrome
The Philosophy, Policy and Management of Inclusion
Reconciling Policy and Practice in Inclusive Education
Inclusion in the Early Years Curriculum
Labelling and Social Exclusion
Gender and Special Education
Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties and Social Exclusion
Inclusion and School Effectiveness
Inclusion
Raising Standards for All
School Effectiveness
A Comparison Between Two Schools
Curriculum and Pedagogy
The Literacy Hour
Curriculum and Pedagogy for Diversity
Continuing the Dialogue



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Inclusive education -- Great Britain -- Case studies.
Teachers of children with disabilities -- Great Britain -- Case studies.