Deconstructing Special Education

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Aug 1, 2007 - Education - 184 pages
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This book takes ideas from various disciplines in order to explores and analyses the current thinking which lies behind inclusive education.
 

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Contents

Chapter one Special education theory and theory talk
1
Chapter two The knowledgeroots of special education
22
a case study in children who dont behave
47
Chapter four Thinking about learning failure especially in reading
66
Chapter five Modelling difference
77
Chapter six Inclusive schools in an inclusive society? Policy politics and paradox
94
Chapter seven Constructing inclusion
110
histories of help hopes for respect
133
References
157
Index
176
Back Cover
185
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Gary Thomas is Professor of Inclusion and Diversity at the School of Education, University of Birmingham, UK.

Andrew Loxley is Director of Research in the School of Education at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.

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