Published August 16, 2018
Reference - 10608 Pages
ISBN 9781138585324 - CAT# K377079
Series: Routledge Library Editions: Special Educational Needs
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This set of 62 volumes, originally published between 1951 and 1999, amalgamates a wide breadth of literature on Special Educational Needs, with a particular focus on inclusivity, class management and curriculum theory. This collection of books from some of the leading scholars in the field provides a comprehensive overview of the subject how it has evolved over time, and will be of particular interest to students of Education and those undertaking teaching qualifications.
1. The Education and Training of the Mentally Retarded: Recent Advances Edited by Adrian F. Ashman and Ronald S. Laura (1985) 2. Teaching the Literacy Hour in an Inclusive Classroom: Supporting Pupils with Learning Difficulties in a Mainstream Environment Edited by Ann Berger and Jean Gross (1999) 3. Shaping the Education of Slow Learners Wilfred Kayran Brennan (1974) 4. Curricular Needs of Slow Learners Wilfred Kayran Brennan (1979) 5. Reading for Slow Learners: A Curriculum Guide Wilfred Kayran Brennan (1978) 6. Towards Inclusive Schools? Edited by Catherine Clark, Alan Dyson and Alan Millward (1995) 7. The Assessment of Special Educational Needs: International Perspective Edited by Tony Cline (1992) 8. A Struggle for Choice: Students with Special Needs in Transition to Adulthood Jenny Corbett and Len Barton (1992) 9. Choice, Opportunity and Learning: Educating Children and Young People Who Are Physically Disabled John Cornwall (1996) 10. Whose Choice?: Contentious Issues for Those Working with People with Learning Difficulties Edited by Judith Coupe O'Kane and Juliet Goldbart (1996) 11. The Education of Children with Severe Learning Difficulties: Bridging the Gap between Theory and Practice Edited by Judith Coupe and Jill Porter (1986) 12. Taking Control: Enabling People with Learning Difficulties Edited by Judith Coupe-O'Kane and Beryl Smith (1994) 13. At the Crossroads: Special Educational Needs and Teacher Education Edited by John Dwyfor Davies and Philip Garner (1997) 14. Managing Special Needs in Mainstream Schools: The Role of the SENCO Edited by John Dwyfor Davies, Philip Garner and John Lee (1998) 15. Special Needs in the Secondary School: The Whole School Approach Joan Dean (1989) 16. Rethinking Special Needs in Mainstream Schools: Towards the Year 2000 Edited by Alan Dyson and Charles Gains (1993) 17. The Education of Dual Sensory Impaired Children: Recognising and Developing Ability Edited by David Etheridge (1995) 18. The Visually Impaired: Curricular Access and Entitlement in Further Education Edited by David Etheridge and Heather Mason (1994) 19. Special Education and Social Control: Invisible Disasters Julienne Ford, Denis Mongon and Maurice Whelan (1982) 20. Deaf Students in Postsecondary Education Edited by Susan B. Foster and Gerard G. Walter (1992) 21. Autistic Children: Teaching, Community and Research Approaches Edited by Barbara Furneaux and Brian Roberts (1977) 22. Children on Medication Volume I: Hyperactivity, Learning Disabilities, and Mental Retardation Kenneth D. Gadow (1986) 23. Children on Medication Volume II: Epilepsy, Emotional Disturbance, and Adolescent Disorders Kenneth D. Gadow (1986) 24. Schools, Pupils and Special Educational Needs David Galloway (1985) 25. Advocacy, Self-Advocacy and Special Needs Edited by Philip Garner and Sarah Sandow (1995) 26. A Basic Attainments Programme for Young Mentally Handicapped Children Bill Gillham (1987) 27. Problem Behaviour in the Secondary School: A Systems Approach Edited by Bill Gillham (1981) 28. Self-Esteem in Children with Special Educational Needs Peter W. Gurney (1988) 29. Special Needs in Ordinary Classrooms: From Staff Support to Staff Development Gerda Hanko (1995) 30. Learning Disabilities in the Primary Classroom Leonora Harding (1986) 31. Language Development in Schools for Children with Severe Learning Difficulties John Harris (1988) 32. New Information Technology in the Education of Disabled Children and Adults David Hawkridge, Tom Vincent and Gerald Hales (1985) 33. Learning Difficulties in Primary Classrooms: Delivering the Whole Curriculum Edited by Kevin Jones and Tony Charlton (1992) 34. Moral Issues in Mental Retardation Edited by Ronald S. Laura and Adrian F. Ashman (1985) 35. Teaching Language and Communication to the Mentally Handicapped Ken Leeming, Will Swann, Judith Coupe and Peter Mittler (1979) 36. Screening for Children with Special Needs: Multidisciplinary Approaches Edited by Geoff Lindsay (1984) 37. Teaching Special Needs: Strategies and Activities for Children in the Primary Classroom Sylvia McNamara and Gill Moreton (Blenco) (1993) 38. Teaching Plans for Handicapped Children Franz Morgenstern (1981) 39. The Quality of Learning: An Essay Concerning the Education of Dull Children Ronald Morris (1951) 40. Special Education Integration in Europe Christine O'Hanlon (1993) 41. Young Gifted Children: Identification, Programming and Socio-Psychological Issues Edited by John T. Pardeck and John W. Murphy (1990) 42. Special Kids for Special Treatment?: Or how special do you need to be to find yourself in a special school? Helen Phtiaka (1997) 43. Special Educational Needs Policy in the 1990s: Warnock in the Market Place Edited by Sheila Riddell and Sally Brown (1994) 44. Remedial Education Olive C. Sampson (1975) 45. Teacher Training and Special Educational Needs Edited by John Sayer and Neville Jones (1985) 46. Redefining the Whole Curriculum for Pupils with Learning Difficulties Judy Sebba, Richard Byers and Richard Rose (1995) 47. Developing Holistic Education: A Case Study of Raddery School for Emotionally Damaged Children Philip Seed (1992) 48. Prospects for People with Learning Difficulties Edited by Stanley S. Segal and Ved P. Varma (1991) 49. Coping with Special Needs: A Guide for New Teachers Geof Sewell (1986) 50. Reshaping Remedial Education Geof Sewell (1982) 51. Special Education: A Source Book Manny Sternlicht with Madeline Sternlicht (1987) 52. Understanding Children with Special Needs Lynn Stow and Lorna Selfe (1989) 53. The Education of Slow Learning Children A. E. Tansley and Ronald Gulliford (1960) 54. Teaching Pupils with Severe Learning Difficulties: Practical Approaches Edited by Christina Tilstone (1991) 55. Educational Subnormality: A Study in Decision-Making Sally Tomlinson (1981) 56. Staff Training and Special Educational Needs Edited by Graham Upton (1991) 57. Special Education in Britain after Warnock Edited by John Visser and Graham Upton (1993) 58. Teacher Research and Special Education Needs Edited by Graham Vulliamy and Rosemary Webb (1992) 59. My Language, Our Language: Meeting Special Needs in English 11-16 Bernadette Walsh (1989) 60. Educating Children with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties Edited by Jean Ware (1994) 61. Teaching Children with Severe Learning Difficulties: A Radical Reappraisal Sue Wood and Barbara Shears (1986) 62. Problem Behaviour and People with Severe Learning Disabilities: The S.T.A.R Approach Ewa Zarkowska and John Clements (1994)