This new series represents a commitment to supporting the emergence of applied research in Special and Inclusive Education by providing an authoritative collection of books which examine in depth the key issues being experienced in the field, both currently and in the future. Each book has been commissioned by leading writers who have substantial experience in their topic and who are also recognised for their capacity to connect a body of systematic evidence to the needs of a practitioner audience. Moreover, authors in the series, selected to illustrate both national and international dimensions of a chosen theme in Special and inclusive Education, are often practitioners or practitioner-researchers themselves.
Contemporary Approaches to Behaviour and Mental Health in the Classroom Weaving Together Theory, Practice, Policy and Educational Discourse
Establishing Pathways to Inclusion Investigating the Experiences and Outcomes for Students with Special Educational Needs
By Emma Clarke
November 30, 2021
Based on latest research in the field, this book links theory and practice with key agendas and policies on behaviour, children’s mental health and well-being. It considers how policy and research influence each other and provides a range of whole-school and individual-teacher actions to support ...
By Richard Rose, Michael Shevlin
February 16, 2021
Providing a robust understanding of what really works for educators and pupils alike, this book shows how inclusive practices function effectively in schools. Rose and Shevlin identify key factors which can influence successful inclusive practice and examine how schools can establish and implement ...
By James M. Kauffman
March 03, 2020
Combining examination of policy with primary research and analysis of up-to-date literature, On Inclusive Education explores the various interpretations of inclusion, its history in education, and a range of its applications internationally. With an international complement of authors, this book ...