First published in 1992. This book offers clear, practical guidelines to help ensure that the full breadth of the curriculum is made as available to children with special educational needs as the rest of their peers. The book focuses on primary and middle schools and is directed towards the professional training needs and general interests of teachers and support staff, headteachers, governors and parents.
Introduction; Part One: Recognising Special Educational Needs Within the Primary Classroom; 1. Recognising Successes and Difficulties in Learning Kevin Jones 2. Giving Access to the National Curriculum ‘By Working on the "Self"’ Tony Charlton 3. Providing for Special Educational Needs Within the Primary Curriculum Bill Brown; Part Two: Providing for Special Educational Needs Within an Appropriate Education Context; 4. The Primary of Talk Diana Hutchcroft 5. A Real Context for Reading Helen Arnold 6. Providing for Pupils’ Writing Needs Stuart Dyke 7. Meeting the Special Needs of Mathematical Low Attainers in the Primary School Derek Haylock 8. Investigating Science and Technology Caroline Dray and Kevin Jones 9. Providing for Movement Learning Needs Barbara Brown 10. Access to Humanities Tim Copeland 11. Art – A Special Form of Provision Nigel Furness 12. Religious Education – Finding a Way Ted Huddleston 13. A Classroom Plan for Personal and Social Education in Primary School Kenneth David; Part Three: Support for Learning Within the Classroom; 14. Special Educational Provision: A Shared Responsibility Kevin Jones and Tony Charlton 15. Collaborative Enquiry-based Learning and Training Susan Jones 16. Accessing the Curriculum with Microtechnology Marie Buckland; Index
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.