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 5, 16.45, 2nd AUG

A22 / Symposium / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC
Secondary School Experiences of Individuals with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: Perspectives of Parents and their Children
Lead Author: Cheryll Duquette, University of Ottawa, Canada

I26 / Symposium / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC
Planning, Learning and Working Together for Inclusion
Lead Author: Dorothy McDonald, The Equity Group, Scotland

P06 / Symposium / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC
Utilizing Teacher Work Samples as an Alternative Research Methodology for Intellectually At-Risk Students
Lead Author: Shirley Ritter, Furman University, USA

X23 / Symposium / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC
The Quality of Instruction in Inclusive and Special Education Classrooms
Lead Author: Anne Jordan, OISE/University of Toronto, Canada

A07 / Individual Papers / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC

Participation of Students with Cerebral Palsy within Inclusive School Settings and its Correlation with Motor and Cognitive/Behavioral Activity Performance
Lead Author: Rony Schenker, Hebrew University, Israel

So now they have a job but do they have a life? Exploring how individuals with significant disabilities use their leisure time
Lead Author: Margaret Hutchins, Illinois State University, USA

Inclusion Across the Lifespan for Individuals who are Developmentally Delayed
Lead Author: Judy Lupart, University of Alberta, Canada

A29 / Individual Papers / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC

Transition and Inclusion in Higher Education: Practices to Prevent Disabilities from Becoming a Handicap
Lead Author: Shaila Rao, Western Michigan University, USA

Using Discourse Analysis to Investigate Arithmetical Thinking Processes of Students with Learning Difficulties in Inclusive Classrooms
Lead Author: Miriam Ben-Yehuda, Beit Berl College, Israel

Learning support to complement inclusion: The roles of a learning centre in managing the needs of university students with specific learning disabilites
Lead Author: Emmanuel Manalo, University of Auckland, New Zealand

C05 / Individual Papers / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC

Who is the one I find different from me?
Lead Author: Maria Teresa Santos, Escola Superior de Educacao de Beja, Portuagal

Transitions to adult life: listening to the voices of teachers and students with special educational needs from vocational education settings
Lead Author: Leena Kaikkonen, Jyvaskyla Polytechnic, Finland

From Pull-Out Programs to In-Classroom Support: The Students' Voices
Lead Author: Anastasia Vlachou, University of Thessaly, Greece

I06 / Individual Papers / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC

Development of Special Need Education and Some Problems in Japan
Lead Author: Kaoru Yamaguchi, Seisa University, Japan

From unconscious to conscious inclusion: meeting special educational needs in West China
Lead Author: Janet C Holdsworth, Cambridge Education, England

Central and South Asia: Moving towards inclusive education
Lead Author: Anupam Ahuja, Independent, India

I13 / Individual Papers / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC

Inclusion in the early years: myth and reality
Lead Author: Colette Gray, Stranmillis University College, Northern Ireland

Creating an Inclusive Academic Environment: A Paradigm to Ensure Equal Educational Opportunity
Lead Author: Ralph Ocon, Purdue University Calumet, USA

Crucial Terms for Inclusion and Special Education: Confusion in Education for Learners with Disabilities
Lead Author: Gary Bunch, York University, Canada

I21 / Individual Papers / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC

School improvement for real: What works
Lead Author: Alan Ping-yan Chow, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong

We welcome all children at this school
Lead Author: Rod Wills, Auckland College of Education, New Zealand

Case studies of inclusion: views of staff in a primary, secondary and special school
Lead Author: Rosemary Sage, University of Leicester, England

P01 / Individual Papers / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC

Training Special Education Teachers to Work in Inclusive Environments
Lead Author: Effie Papoutsis Kritikos, Northeastern Illinois University, USA

"I wanted to make inclusion a reality". Why some special education teachers transfer to regular education positions
Lead Author: Beverly Rainforth, State University of New York at Binghamton, USA

Preparedness for inclusive education of South African educators in lower socio-economic schools
Lead Author: Johanna Louisa Geldenhuys, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa

X05 / Individual Papers / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC

Educational Provisions and Practices for Learners with Disabilities in India
Lead Author: Anita Julka, National Council of Educational Research & Training, India

Special Educational Provision for Children with Mildly Developmentally Disabilities of Mainstream Schools in Japan
Lead Author: Yoshinori Shinohara, University of Tsukuba, Japan

Policy Reform through Project Management
Lead Author: Patricia Winter, Department of Education & Children's Services, Australia

X16 / Individual Papers / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC

Developing responsiveness through competence-building with early childhood special education interventionists
Lead Author: Michael Davies, Griffith University, Australia

Teachers' Pedagogic Orientation and Attitudinal and Personal Attributes Related to their Success in Integrating Students with Special Needs into their Regular Education Classes
Lead Author: Simcha Ben-Yehuda, Talpiot College, Israel

Effective classroom practices in secondary education in Spain
Lead Author: Pilar Arnaiz Sanchez, University of Murcia, Spain

A15 / Seminar / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC
Staged Intervention - an evaluation of the impact of the programme on schools within East Ayrshire Council
Lead Author: Maggie Fallon, East Ayrshire Council, Scotland

C12 / Seminar / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC
Listening to Other People's Voices
Lead Author: Margaret Rayner, NASEN, England

A37 / Workshop / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC
Inclusion Strategies to Improve Research and Writing Skills of Secondary Students
Lead Author: Millie Gore, Midwestern State University, USA

X31 / Workshop / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC
Celebrating Diversity through Children's Literature
Lead Author: Anna Donnelly, Washington College, USA

X50 / Poster Symposium / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC
Including the Excluded through the Arts
Lead Author: Teresa Whitehurst, Sunfield School, England

A48 / Poster / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC
The Experience of the Educational Center for Auditory Deficient in Bauru/SP/Brazil
Lead Author: Maria Jose Monteiro Benjamin Buffa, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil

C15 / Poster / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC
An analysis of Turkish parents' attitudes towards sexual education of students with mentally handicapped
Lead Author: Hakan Sari, Selcuk University, Turkey

P14 / Poster / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC
Policy for Securing Good Educational Support and Inclusive Practices
Lead Author: Thomas Patrick Otaah, Special Education Division, Ghana

X48 / Poster / Session 5, 16:45, 2 Aug / Room TBC
Co-operation between adults at school - A narrative approach via playback theatre
Lead Author: Marjatta Takala, University of Helsinki, Finland

 


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