Organising a School's Response
Taylor & Francis, Mar 1, 1988 - Education - 120 pages
This book, and its companion volumes, are intended for teachers and student teachers interested inmainstream secondary education. This volume deals with responses which a school can make to supportthat fifth of its pupils who have special educational needs. The other volumes deal with the responses whichindividual teachers can make to learning difficulties and to disruptive behaviour within their ownclassrooms. The approach taken in the series is based on the idea that special needs can only be adequately met inschools if all teachers recognise that they have a role to play, and if all are able.
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