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The Effectiveness of locational integration for children with moderate learning difficulties
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|Statement||a project funded by the Welsh Office Education Department and based at University College, Cardiff / Graham Upton, director ; research officer, Frances Beasley ; research associates, Sara Delamont, Paul Atkinson.|
|Contributions||Upton, Graham, 1944-, Beasley, Frances., Delamont, Sara, 1947-, Atkinson, Paul, 1947-|
|LC Classifications||LC4036.G72 W34 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 126 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||126|
|LC Control Number||88182302|
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The Effectiveness of locational integration for children with moderate learning difficulties Author: Graham Upton ; Frances Beasley ; Sara Delamont ; Paul Atkinson. Learning difficulties might be described as 'mild', 'moderate' or 'severe'. Children with particular difficulties, such as specific reading difficulties, might be described as having 'specific learning difficulties'.
It will be argued that the practical effect of our proposal will be only to replace one label by another. Beasley. F, Upton. Effectiveness of Locational Integration for Children with Moderate Learning Difficulties.
In Jones. (), Special Educational Needs Review. Code of Practice. Department of Education. Inner London Education Authority, () Educational Opportunities For All. The automated windows task: The performance of preschool children, children with autism, and children with moderate learning difficulties Article in Cognitive Development 18(1) March.
Volume 2 is not ordered in sections. Some issues from Volume 1 reappear: INSET, in a valuable article by Peter Mittler, and integration, in Effectiveness of Locational Integration for Children with Moderate Learning Difficulties (Graham Upton et a/.).Some articles revisit neglected important issues.
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Appropriate Curriculum. The Warnock Report (DES ) distinguished between three types of integration; locational (children. Simply placing children with and without learning disabilities in the same school environment is unlikely to ensure successful social integration.
Locational and even functional integration may be implemented, but success will depend significantly on the level of social integration achieved.
Williams (), for example,argues that “when effectiveness is measured mainly or even solelythrough achievement in traditional academic subjects, and whenresourcing depends on this, rather than the social objectivesencapsulated in the integration of children with learning difficulties,there are dangers” (Frederickson and Cline,p).
The book reflects the DCSF/National Strategies Inclusion Development Programme (IDP), and practical tips and strategies are given on how to meet the needs of a diverse range of pupils with additional educational needs (AEN), including: Speech, Language and Communication Needs, Moderate Learning Difficulties, Social Emotional and Behavioural.
Locational integration: Where units are on the same site as mainstream schools and disabled and non-disabled children can familiarise themselves with each other.
Social integration: Where children attending special classes and units socialise in the playground, at lunch and assembly. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.
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Special Class Special Class in a regular school is mainly for children with moderate and severe mental retardation, whose educational needs are more specific in nature, who can be integrated for non-the District Primary Education Program (DPEP).
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