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Measuring inclusive education /

Contributor(s): Forlin, Chris [editor] | Loreman, Tim [editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: International perspectives on inclusive education v.3. Publisher: Bingley, UK : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2014Description: 312 pages : illustrations.ISBN: 9781784411466.DDC classification:
Contents:
SECTION I. ISSUES IN MEASURING INCLUSIVE EDUCATION. Conceptualising and measuring inclusive education -- Ethical challenges and dilemmas in measuring inclusive education -- What is effective inclusion? Interpreting and evaluating a Western concept in an Indian context -- Data collection to inform international policy issues on inclusive education -- Resourcing inclusive education -- Measuring effective teacher preparation for inclusion -- Leading inclusive education: Measuring 'effective' leadership for nclusive education through a Bourdieuian lens -- Identifying effective teaching practices in inclusive classrooms -- SECTION II. MEASURING INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN PRACTICE. Measuring indicators of inclusive education: A systematic review of the literature -- Learning about inclusion from developing countries: Using the index for inclusion -- Using networking to measure the promotion of inclusive education in developing countries: The case of the Pacific Region -- School and classroom indicators of inclusive education -- Assessing teacher competencies for inclusive settings: Comparative pre-service teacher preparation programs -- Developing and using a framework for gauging the use of inclusive pedagogy by new and experienced teachers -- Using graduation rates of students with disabilities as an indicator of successful inclusive education.
Summary: "Volume 3 of International Perspectives on Inclusive Education focuses on measuring inclusive education from a range of perspectives. It is grounded upon a review of international conceptualizations of inclusive education and ways in which different systems are measuring its impact and effectiveness"--Provided by publisher.
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Inclusive Education: Vision, Policy and Implementation


SECTION I. ISSUES IN MEASURING INCLUSIVE EDUCATION. Conceptualising and measuring inclusive education --
Ethical challenges and dilemmas in measuring inclusive education --
What is effective inclusion? Interpreting and evaluating a Western concept in an Indian context --
Data collection to inform international policy issues on inclusive education --
Resourcing inclusive education --
Measuring effective teacher preparation for inclusion --
Leading inclusive education: Measuring 'effective' leadership for nclusive education through a Bourdieuian lens --
Identifying effective teaching practices in inclusive classrooms --
SECTION II. MEASURING INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN PRACTICE. Measuring indicators of inclusive education: A systematic review of the literature --
Learning about inclusion from developing countries: Using the index for inclusion --
Using networking to measure the promotion of inclusive education in developing countries: The case of the Pacific Region --
School and classroom indicators of inclusive education --
Assessing teacher competencies for inclusive settings: Comparative pre-service teacher preparation programs --
Developing and using a framework for gauging the use of inclusive pedagogy by new and experienced teachers --
Using graduation rates of students with disabilities as an indicator of successful inclusive education.

"Volume 3 of International Perspectives on Inclusive Education focuses on measuring inclusive education from a range of perspectives. It is grounded upon a review of international conceptualizations of inclusive education and ways in which different systems are measuring its impact and effectiveness"--Provided by publisher.

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