Investigating the Experiences and Outcomes for Students with Special Educational Needs
Providing a robust understanding of what really works for educators and pupils alike, this book shows how inclusive practices function effectively in schools. Rose and Shevlin identify key factors which can influence successful inclusive practice and examine how schools can establish and implement an agenda for change.
Using a framework for analysing and understanding how students become effective social learners, this book guides readers through sections on context, observed experiences, and the factors for success they highlight, covering topics such as:
- The respective attitudes of students, caregivers and teachers
- Insights from support staff and school leaders
- The social and academic outcomes for pupils with special educational needs
- Lessons learned from inclusive practices
Ideal for researchers, lecturers, and advanced students in the field of inclusive education, Establishing Pathways to Inclusion is an important contribution from leading researchers in this vital field of study.
About the Authors:
Michael Shevlin is Professor of Inclusive Education at Trinity College Dublin, Republic of Ireland.
Richard Rose is Professor Emeritus of Inclusive Education at the University of Northampton, UK.