Inclusion: Developing An Effective Whole School Approach: Developing an Effective Whole School Approach

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Sep 1, 2009 - Education - 240 pages
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This book examines and offers solutions to the challenges faced by schools in ensuring that all students are enjoying, participating and achieving in education.
 

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Contents

1 Inclusion in Action
1
2 Inclusive SelfEvaluation
21
3 Using Data Effectively to Identify Underachievement and Vulnerable Groups
41
4 Inclusive Interventions
65
The Strategic Whole School Development Tool
95
6 Effective target setting for all pupils
112
7 Final thoughts
131
Appendix 1 Hidden voices the student voice activity
136
Appendix 2 Example format to enable careful planning of specific interventions
140
List of abbreviations used in example provision maps
147
ongoing progress tracking
154
References
155
Index
159
Back cover
163
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Alison Ekins and Peter Grimes are both Senior Lecturers in the Centre for Enabling Learning at Canterbury Christchurch University, UK.

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