Implementing intensive interaction in schools: guidance for practitioners, managers and coordinators
Kellett, Mary and Nind, Melanie (2003) Implementing intensive interaction in schools: guidance for practitioners, managers and coordinators, London, GB, David Fulton, 205pp.
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This book is for practitioners, coordinators and managers in schools using Intensive Interaction with pupils who have severe and complex learning difficulties. It addresses a range of challenges acrsso special, inclusive and ever-changing chontexts. It will be of use to those wanting to do further research and evaluation of Intensive Interaction and teacher-educators. The book includes guidance on managin priorities, training issues, power dynamics and coping with Ofsted; advice n stting up and running evaluation projects; clear links to the National Curriculum for SEN; case studies from special and mainstream schools; glossary of terms.
Part 1: Right from the start; Part 2: Learning from experience; Part 3: Best Practice; Part 4: Research Frontier.
|Keywords:||special education, special educational needs, learning difficulties, pedagogy, managing change, evaluation|
|Date Deposited:||27 Jan 2006|
|Last Modified:||16 Apr 2017 23:04|
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