Inclusive education: knowing what we mean (Wales)
Inclusive education: knowing what we mean (Wales)

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Inclusive education: knowing what we mean (Wales)

Acknowledgements

This free course was written by Jeremy Wilcox, adapted from the OpenLearn course Inclusive education: knowing what we mean.

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Cover image: teacher and children, monkeybusinessimages/iStock/Getty Images Plus; Section 1: group of children, FatCamera/Getty Images; Section 3: teacher and students, skynesher/Getty Images; Section 3.4: CSIE manifesto, Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education (CSIE) (2002) ‘Ten reasons for inclusion’ (poster), available at http://www.csie.org.uk/ resources/ ten-reasons-02.pdf link to pdf is now working; Section 3.5: children in school, SDI Productions/iStock/Getty Images Plus.

Tables

Table 1, Comparing the medical and social models of disability: Rieser, R. (2001) ‘The struggle for inclusion: the growth of a movement’, in L. Barton (ed.) Disability, Politics and Struggle for Change, London: David Fulton.

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