Creating an Inclusive School

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A&C Black, Oct 10, 2008 - Education - 90 pages
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The issue of "inclusion" is an important one for teachers of children in the early years through to young adulthood. At an individual level each child, regardless of gender, ethnicity, disability or family background, should have the opportunity to fulfill their educational potential. At a whole school level, a good school will have an inclusive ethos, dealing effectively with prejudice, stereotyping, name calling and other forms of bullying. Intrinsically education rests on "inclusive" values. This book will unpack all these sensitive and wide ranging aspects of inclusion using an accessible, practical and non-threatening approach.


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Chapter 1 What is inclusion?
Chapter 2 Who is excluded?
Chapter 3 Why is inclusion important?
Curriculum and resources
Inclusion in the classroom
Chapter 6 A wholeschool approach
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Mal Leicester is an Emeritus Professor of Education at the University of Nottingham, UK.

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