Able Children In Ordinary Schools

Author: Deborah Eyre
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134093055
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First published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Educating Hearing Impaired Children In Ordinary Schools

Author: John Charles Johnson
Editor: Manchester University Press
ISBN: 9780719003615
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Including The Gifted And Talented

Author: Chris M. M. Smith
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9780415361095
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Fall Enrollment In Colleges And Universities

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Educating The Gifted Child

Author: Robert M. Povey
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L'éducation de l'enfant surdoué à l'école et dans le cadre familial. La place de l'enseignement différencié dans l'ensemble de la vie scolaire de l'enfant surdoué ; L'aide aux enfants et aux parents apportée par l'Association Nationale pour les Enfants Surdoués. Diagnostic et techniques de développement des dons. Etude de cas particuliers d'enfants doués.

The Management Of Special Needs In Ordinary Schools

Author: Neville Jones
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134938462
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The management of special needs, especially those of students of secondary age, has received considerable attention in the past decade and, in the light of the new education legislation, will assume a new urgency. The Management of Special Needs in Ordinary Schools provides an overview of the issues facing teachers in secondary schools with pupils who have special needs. These issues include managerial and curricular problems, in-service training, the use of new technology and developing community links. The book also illustrates the changes in thinking and practice since the publication of the Warnock Report, Special Educational Needs (1978). The contributors range from teacher to chief education officer, and include headteachers, psychologists, advisors and administrators, as well as those involved in educational research. Drawing on their experience in the mainstream and in special schools, at secondary level and in further education, their contributions reflect an active involvement in the development of new approaches within this area of education. The educational experiences of those with special needs can be considerably broadened and enhanced through imaginative management and skilful use of resources. The book therefore emphasises practical approaches to the day-to-day and longer-term needs of pupils with disabilities in ordinary schools. All those working within this area will find much of relevance to their own work.

The Nineteenth Century

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Children And Their Primary Schools The Report

Author: Great Britain. Central Advisory Council for Education (England)
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The Challenge Of Thalidomide

Author: Mia Lilly Kellmer Pringle
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Parliamentary Papers

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Rsa Journal

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Parliamentary Debates Hansard

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Educating The Able

Author: Diane Montgomery
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The purpose of this book is to enable teachers to develop explicit criteria for identifying and helping able pupils. After discussing the nature of ability and talent and identifying the able child, Diane Montgomery examines curriculum provision, paying particular attention to the National Curriculum and surveying different types of provision: acceleration, enrichment and differentiation. She then describes methods of teaching for critical thinking. The book ends with a chapter on helping the underfunctioning able child. Throughout, there are numerous examples and practical suggestions. Teachers in primary and secondary schools as well as in higher education will find this book invaluable both as an introduction to the area and as a source of ideas.

Educating Able Children

Author: Catherine Clark
Editor: David Fulton Pub
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First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Living With A Gifted Child

Author: Frieda Painter
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Education Of Visually Impaired Pupils In Ordinary School

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From Special To Ordinary Schools

Author: Neville Bennett
Editor: Mansell
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The Rhodesia Science News

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Report Of The Principal School Medical Officer

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Failing The Ordinary Child

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In seeking to answer these questions, this book explores working class secondary education over the past century in terms that help to explain the unresolved issues and debates of the 1990s. It focuses on social distinctions in secondary education, and especially on initiatives designed to provide for the mass of the population, or the 'ordinary child'. These initiatives culminated in the secondary modern schools which only a generation ago were the main providers of secondary education in England and Wales. The book discusses general social and historical issues relating to working class secondary education, and the emergence of the idea in the late nineteenth century. It examines the experiment of the Secondary Modem schools in detail to appraise the reasons for their rise, their successes and their ultimate failure. It also pursues the underlying theme of differentiation in secondary education since the 1960s, its continuing influence despite the spread of comprehensive schools over that time,and its role in the educational and social debates at the end of the century.