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 2, 16.30, 1st AUG

A20 / Symposium / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
Inclusive Education in South Africa: The Deaf Education Perspective
Lead Author: Claudine Storbeck, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

I10 / Symposium / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
On the way to inclusion: the case of Cyprus
Lead Author: Simoni Symeonidou, University of Cambridge, Cyprus

I30 / Symposium / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
Save the Children's Approach for Promoting Children's Access to Mainstream Education
Lead Author: Dragana Sretenov, Save the Children UK, Serbia & Montenegro

A04 / Individual Papers / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC

Best practices for improving basic skills and changing behaviors: A "No Child Left Behind" Project
Lead Author: Don Martin, Youngstown State University, USA

The Frankenstein Factor
Lead Author: Chendore Luan Doxsey, Daniel James Community School, Wales

An Interagency Approach to the Assessment and Management of Children with Communication Delay/Disorder
Lead Author: Pam Grandison, Midlothian Council Psychological Service, Scotland

A26 / Individual Papers / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC

Dyslexia and Inclusion: Six Signposts for Success
Lead Author: Gavin Reid, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

Planning special education actions when teaching to read and to write to children with genetical syndrome: the Logic-Dispositional maps
Lead Author: A Luigi Sangalli, Verona University, Italy

Effective teaching practices for students who experience difficulties in literacy learning: an Australian study
Lead Author: Claire Wyatt-Smith, Griffith University, Australia

C02 / Individual Papers / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC

Teachers' sense-making and construction of meaning in education for plurality
Lead Author: Inger Assarson, Malmo University, Sweden

A comparison of special and regular class teachers' beliefs about children's learning difficulties
Lead Author: Lisa Woolfson, University of Strathclyde, Scotland

Paper 3 TBC

I03 / Individual Papers / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC

The Hong Kong Policy of Quality Education for All: A Multi-Level Analysis
Lead Author: Stella Chong, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong

Inclusion as the hidden curriculum of participation and citizenship in the Arabic speaking world
Lead Author: Jamie Williams, Save the Children Middle East & North Africa, Egypt

Inclusive Classes in Greece: New Names, Old Institutions
Lead Author: Athina Zoniou-Sideri, University of Athens, Greece

I18 / Individual Papers / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC

A Dialogical Pedagogy for Inclusive Education
Lead Author: David Skidmore, University of Bath, England

Inclusive and inviting education: Affective considerations
Lead Author: Kenneth Pudlas, Trinity Western University, Canada

Residential Special Schools: An Inclusive Vision!
Lead Author: Robin Jackson, Camphill Rudolf Steiner Schools, Scotland

P09 / Individual Papers / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC

Comparison of Diverse and Nondiverse Preservice Teachers toward Inclusion of Students with Disabilities in General Education Classrooms
Lead Author: Mary Jane Hayes, Austin Peay State University, USA

Preparing the Inclusive Teacher: Teaching ESOL Students in Inclusive Settings
Lead Author: Michele Gerent, St Petersburg College, USA

Preparing Quality Elementary and Special Education Teachers for Inclusive Practices through a Blended Teacher Preparation Program
Lead Author: Julia M Reffel, Valdosta State University, USA

X02 / Individual Papers / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC

Validation of an inclusive practice self-assessment tool to improve school capability
Lead Author: Michael Davies, Griffith University, Australia

The Classification of Pupils at the Educational Margins in Scotland: Shifting Categories and Frameworks
Lead Author: Sheila Riddell, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

The relationship between genetic diagnosis, identification of special educational needs, pedagogical decision-making and action
Lead Author: Ruth Kershner, University of Cambridge, England

X13 / Individual Papers / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC

The influence of effective teaching behaviors on student outcomes in inclusive classrooms
Lead Author: Kathryn Underwood, OISE/University of Toronto, Canada

Tak Yer Beuks an' Gae Lairn: Celebrating Diversity in Practice
Lead Author: Linda Hagan, Stranmillis University College, Northern Ireland

Special Education Policy and its Spawning of Resource Teachers: What do RTLBs Say About their New Role?
Lead Author: Janis Carroll-Lind, Massey University, New Zealand

X36 / Individual Papers / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC

Merging Technology and Teaching: A Distance Learning Approach to Teaching Diversity
Lead Author: Ralph Ocon, Purdue University Calumet, USA

Results of a Pilot Trial of Scottish Qualifications Authority Examinations in Accessible Electronic Format for Students with Disabilities
Lead Author: Paul Nisbet, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

Speech Recognition for Students with Disabilities
Lead Author: Paul Nisbet, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

C09 / Discussion Group / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
Koreans' Perceptions of Individuals with Disabilities: Implications for Serving Korean Students with Disabilities
Lead Author: Doreen Ferko, California State University, Fullerton, USA

A12 / Seminar / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
Integrating Children with Autism into Public Education in the US: The Meredith Autism Program
Lead Author: David Heining-Boynton, Meredith College, USA

X06 / Seminar / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
The American Council on Rural Special Education (ACRES): Organizing at the Grass Roots
Lead Author: Mary Susan Fishbaugh, Montana State University-Billings, USA

X21 / Seminar / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
Curriculum trends and practices in two special schools for children with learning difficulties in Ghana
Lead Author: Mawutor Avoke, University of Education, Ghana

A38 / Workshop / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
The Relationship between Music and Language: Its Implication for the Remediation of Dyslexia
Lead Author: Stephanie Miller, The Learning Pyramid, USA

X28 / Workshop / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
Changing Teaching Practices to Meet the Needs of All Learners
Lead Author: Darlene Perner, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, USA

A46 / Poster / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
Start with the Arts, an early childhood education program
Lead Author: Karen Moffitt, University of South Florida, USA

A49 / Poster / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
Attention towards auditory deficient child in a specialized service in Brazil, aiming to social and educational inclusion
Lead Author: Telma Flores Genaro Motti, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil

X41 / Poster / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
The role of the South African traditional healer in educational support services
Lead Author: Johanna Louisa Geldenhuys, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa

X42 / Poster / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
The Three-Tier Model for School Wide Intervention: A proactive early intervention strategy from the Professional Learning Community model
Lead Author: Nick Hakiel, Sultan Elementary School, USA

X47 / Poster / Session 2, 16:30, 1 Aug / Room TBC
A Model of Creating IEP in Republic Croatia - How to Celebrate Strength of Pupil
Lead Author: Zrinjka Stancic, University of Zagreb, Croatia

 


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