Educating Pupils with Special Needs in the Ordinary School
Based on a three-year study, this book reports on a variety of schemes where children with special needs are being educated in ordinary schools. It looks closely at the range of integration programmes, assessing the implications for the school themselves, and giving guidance on the practical constraints and problems which arise. This book should be of interest to /OREAD.
theory and practice
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activities adult ancillary arrangements assessment attending attitudes basic behaviour careers chapter child class teacher classroom communication comprehensive school concerned considerable costs course curriculum deaf deal detailed discussion educational psychologist example experience factors formal handicapping conditions head teacher hearing impaired pupils important initial integration programmes interaction involved language unit lessons main school mainstream matter moderate learning difficulties monitoring necessary noted number of pupils opportunities ordinary classes ordinary school ordinary teachers organised parents particular peers physically handicapped pupils physiotherapist placement possible practice problems professional pupils with learning pupils with moderate pupils with special regard relationships relevant responsibility role school staff secondary school severe learning difficulties situation skills social special centre special class special education special needs special school specialist teachers specific speech therapist spina bifida staffing support teacher teaching therapy various visits visually impaired wheelchairs