ISEC 2005

Inclusive and Supportive Education Congress
International Special Education Conference
Inclusion: Celebrating Diversity?

1st - 4th August 2005. Glasgow, Scotland

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SESSION 1, 14.30, 1st AUG

A19 / Symposium / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
Changing Approaches with Children who Challenge
Lead Author: Mike Blamires, Canterbury Christ Church University College, England

A36 / Symposium / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
The Incredible Power of SmartReading: Using Cognitive and Metacognitive Strategies in Literacy Learning and Inclusion of Students
Lead Author: Susan Close, School District 40, New Westminster, Canada

I09 / Symposium / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
School renewal and inclusive education: Australian, Canadian and US perspectives on the relationship of overall school improvement and the creation of inclusive schools
Lead Author: Tim Loreman, Concordia University College of Alberta, Canada

I17 / Symposium / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
Towards an Inclusive Curriculum in Europe
Lead Author: Ewald Feyerer, Institute of Inclusive Education, Austria

I29 / Symposium / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
Inclusion and Teachers' Burnout - Barriers to Successful Inclusion
Lead Author: Shunit Reiter, University of Haifa, Israel

A03 / Individual Papers / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC

Brief Group Interventions: An Alternative Way to Develop Maladjusted Students in Campus
Lead Author: Noor Azniza Ishak, Northern University of Malaysia, Malaysia

The impact of domestic violence on students: Implications for inclusionary practices
Lead Author: Lucia Williams, Universidade Federal de Sao Carlos, Brazil

The role of professional training in the effective provision for children and adults with ASD
Lead Author: Aline-Wendy Dunlop, University of Strathclyde, Scotland

A11 / Individual Papers / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC

Description and Evaluation of a Teaching Program to Develop Acquatic Motor Skills in Patients Suffering from Medullar Lesions
Lead Author: Maria Benedita Lima Pardo, Federal University of Sergipe, Brazil

Inclusion of students with physical disabilities in municipal schools in Campinas: management issues
Lead Author: Lucia Reily, Puc-Campinas and Unicamp, Brazil

Peter, Katie and Billy
Lead Author: Phil Bayliss, University of Exeter, England

A24 / Individual Papers / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC

Precocious Young Learners: They'll get on in spite of me
Lead Author: Margaret Sutherland, University of Glasgow, Scotland

Successful Pedagogy for Governor's Honors Students (Gifted) Participating in Education Minor: An Application of Successful Intelligence
Lead Author: James Reffel, Valdosta State University, USA

Paradigm shifts in inclusive and gifted education
Lead Author: Chris Smith, University of Glasgow, Scotland

A33 / Individual Papers / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC

Feasibility and Validity of a Parent-Child Group Model of Early Intervention for Children With and Without Disabilities
Lead Author: Jeanette McCollum, University of Illinois, USA

The effectiveness of classroom wide interventions on young children's preliteracy skills
Lead Author: Mary Louise Hemmeter, University of Illinois, USA

Preparing Early Childhood Special Educators to Work with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students
Lead Author: Vivian Correa, University of Florida, USA

C03 / Individual Papers / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC

An analysis of teachers' and head teachers' beliefs about inclusive education in Turkey
Lead Author: Hakan Sari, Selcuk University, Turkey

The construction of exclusion social and educational process in young people: a focus on Cantabria youth
Lead Author: Teresa Susinos, University of Cantabria, Spain

Teacher and Parent Beliefs about the Nature of Disabling Barriers: Implications for Practice
Lead Author: Kathryn Underwood, OISE/University of Toronto, Canada

I02 / Individual Papers / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC

The grassroots community in the vanguard of inclusion: The Rwandan perspective
Lead Author: Evariste Karangwa, Centre for Disability, Special Needs Education & Child Care, Belgium

Legislation, Policy and Practices that Support Inclusive Education within the European Union
Lead Author: Evangelia Zaimi, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

Inclusion: Policy and Management (Russian Perspective)
Lead Author: Irina Pervova, St Petersburg State University, Russia

X01 / Individual Papers / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC

A Field-Based Special Education Assessment and Training Center
Lead Author: Thomas B Pierce, University of Nevada Las Vegas, USA

Exploring Narrative Assessment to Promote Empowerment of Educators and Parents of Children with Special Education Needs
Lead Author: Joy Cullen, Massey University, New Zealand

Where Does Authentic Assessment Really Fit?
Lead Author: Carol Oberg, University of La Verne, USA

X17 / Individual Papers / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC

Visual Arts Provision for Additional Support Needs in Scotland and Finland, a Comparative Study
Lead Author: Terhi Asikainen, University of Strathclyde, Finland

Facilitating Special Educators' Understanding of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered Families
Lead Author: Nancy M Sileo, University of Nevada Las Vegas, USA

Classroom Management in the Elementary Inclusive Classroom: Teaching Students to Problem Solve
Lead Author: Ann Daunic, University of Florida, USA

X34 / Individual Papers / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC

Enhancing pedagogy in isolated school communities by the use of information communications technologies
Lead Author: Chris Forlin, Edith Cowan University, Australia

Evaluating Software for Use by Students with Disabilities to Foster Inclusion in General Education
Lead Author: Kyle Higgins, University of Nevada Las Vegas, USA

Using Electronic Performance Support Systems for Students in Inclusive Settings
Lead Author: Kevin Miller, University of Central Florida, USA

P05 / Seminar / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
Writing for Publication in the NASEN Journals
Lead Author: Richard Byers, University of Cambridge, England

X09 / Seminar / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
Towards the Inclusive Local Education Authority (LEA)
Lead Author: Diane Whalley, North West SEN Regional Partnership, England

X29 / Workshop / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
How Identifying Your Learning Style can Enhance Student Learning
Lead Author: Sally Winterton, West Chester University of Pennsylvania, USA

P16 / Round Table / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC

The Swedish Institute for Special Needs Education: A presentation of our core activity to provide advice and support to the Swedish municipalities
Lead Author: Gertrud Ek, Swedish Institute for Special Needs Education, Sweden

Construction of a Regional Coalition for Inclusive Education
Lead Author: Paul Kohl, Edmonton Regional Coalition for Inclusive Education, Canada

A study of the school inclusion proposal regarding Goias' state network, in the municipal district of Goiania, Brazil - an educational public policy
Lead Author: Dulce Barros de Almeida, Federal University of the State of Goias, Brazil

A41 / Poster / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
Children with visual impairments and acquisition of different concepts
Lead Author: Maria Amelia Almeida, Federal University of Sao Carlos, Brazil

A45 / Poster / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
An Investigation of Newly Qualified Teachers Preparation for Inclusion of Children with ASD
Lead Author: Allison Goddard, University College Winchester, England

C16 / Poster / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
Teachers' perspectives of the school roles of children with and without disabilities
Lead Author: Jacqueline Specht, University of Western Ontario, Canada

X40 / Poster / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
Evaluation onf the effectiveness in a teachers' educational program for the attention to the cultural diversity
Lead Author: Pilar Arnaiz Sanchez, University of Murcia, Spain

X46 / Poster / Session 1, 14:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
Graphic Organizers: A Strategy for Increasing Achievement in Today's Inclusive Classrooms
Lead Author: Eileen Sabbatino, St Joseph's University, USA

 


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