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Inclusion

by David Skidmore | 01 May 2004
PAPERBACK
Inclusion has been adopted as a policy goal in many countries. It is one of the buzzwords in education and a topic of much theoretical debate, often without allowing for real life in today's schools. Bridging the gap between theoretical discussions and the real attitudes and experiences of teachers, this book:Features case studies of inclusion initiatives in English secondary schoolsIllustrates the complex nature of the school development processDescribes teachers' attitudes towards inclusionChallenges the idea that there needs to be consensus among school staff for inclusion to work. Inclusion: The Dynamic of School Development also examines the dominant influence of the discourse of deviance on the history of education policy in the West during the twentieth century. The book concludes by articulating an alternative vision of the relationship between education and society for education policy, pedagogy and the curriculum.
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Inclusion has been adopted as a policy goal in many countries. It is one of the buzzwords in education and a topic of much theoretical debate, often without allowing for real life in today's schools. Bridging the gap between theoretical discussions and the real attitudes and experiences of teachers, this book:Features case studies of inclusion initiatives in English secondary schoolsIllustrates the complex nature of the school development processDescribes teachers' attitudes towards inclusionChallenges the idea that there needs to be consensus among school staff for inclusion to work. Inclusion: The Dynamic of School Development also examines the dominant influence of the discourse of deviance on the history of education policy in the West during the twentieth century. The book concludes by articulating an alternative vision of the relationship between education and society for education policy, pedagogy and the curriculum.
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€39.19
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117 Reward Points

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Inclusion has been adopted as a policy goal in many countries. It is one of the buzzwords in education and a topic of much theoretical debate, often without allowing for real life in today's schools. Bridging the gap between theoretical discussions and the real attitudes and experiences of teachers, this book:Features case studies of inclusion initiatives in English secondary schoolsIllustrates the complex nature of the school development processDescribes teachers' attitudes towards inclusionChallenges the idea that there needs to be consensus among school staff for inclusion to work. Inclusion: The Dynamic of School Development also examines the dominant influence of the discourse of deviance on the history of education policy in the West during the twentieth century. The book concludes by articulating an alternative vision of the relationship between education and society for education policy, pedagogy and the curriculum.

Product Details

Inclusion

ISBN9780335204816

FormatPAPERBACK

Publisher (01 May. 2004)

No. of Pages140

Weight240

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 228 x 153 x 9