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 6, 10.30, 3rd AUG

I27 / Symposium / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC
From Legislation to Policy and Practice
Lead Author: Alison Wishart, Learning & Teaching Scotland, Scotland

A08 / Individual Papers / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC

Alertness levels and communication involvement in students with the most severe and multiple disabilities in Australian classrooms: effects of short teacher training programs
Lead Author: Phil Foreman, University of Newcastle, Australia

Accessing General Curriculum for High School Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities
Lead Author: Adelle Renzaglia, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

MOVE (Mobility Opportunitites via Education): "Partnershpis for the Future"
Lead Author: Christine Shaw, The Disability Partnership: MOVE Scotland, Scotland

A30 / Individual Papers / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC

Surveying the Employment Concerns of College and University Students with Disabilities: A participatory action research approach
Lead Author: Mary L Hennessey, Kent State University, USA

Admission of Students with Learning Disabilities to Teacher Training Colleges in Israel
Lead Author: Gila Vogel, Beit Berl College, Israel

Youth and Adult Education in Brazil: A program for students with special needs
Lead Author: Maria Amelia Almeida, Federal University of Sao Carlos, Brazil

C06 / Individual Papers / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC

Developing inclusive school communitites: experiences of parents of children with disabilities
Lead Author: Marietjie Oswald, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa

…and the brightening future is ours… Some adolescents' image of their study period in specially adapted upper secondary school
Lead Author: Lena Lang, Soderportskolan, Sweden

Conceptualising marginalisation through children's voices: Implications for inclusive education
Lead Author: Kyriaki Messiou, Ministry of Education & Culture, Cyprus

I14 / Individual Papers / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC

Equality of Opportunity as a Rationale for Inclusive Education
Lead Author: Christian Liesen, Universitat Zurich, Switzerland

Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Education: an inclusive issue?
Lead Author: Helen Kyratji, University of Manchester, Cyprus

Does rhetoric of inclusion really promote inclusive education?
Lead Author: Timo Saloviita, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland

I22 / Individual Papers / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC

Equality and the Path to Social Inclusion: Overcoming barriers to further and higher education for young people with sensory disabilities in Northern Ireland
Lead Author: Bronagh Byrne, Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland

Inclusive Australian School Clusters: bringing them in from the outback
Lead Author: Heather Jenkins, Curtin University of Technology, Australia

Inclusive Practice in the Classroom: Cultural History Activity Theory (CHAT) as a Framework for Evaluation
Lead Author: Peter Hick, University of Birmingham, England

P02 / Individual Papers / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC

Building Teacher Preparation Capacity through Partnerships with Families and School Districts: Improving Teacher Quality
Lead Author: Suzanne Martin, University of Central Florida, USA

Enabling inclusion for pupils with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties: the role of the Teaching Assistant
Lead Author: Barry Groom, University College Northampton, England

A Training Curriculum to Prepare Science Faculty to Work with Students with Disabilities
Lead Author: Charles Salzberg, Utah State University, USA

P10 / Individual Papers / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC

Special Education Teachers in Greece: the loneliness and the ambiguity of a profession
Lead Author: Evangelia Boutskou, University of Sheffield, Greece

A Teacher Training Module for Including Special Education Content for Regular Education Students
Lead Author: Sheri B Moore, University of Louisville, USA

Responsiveness of Pre Service Teacher Education Courses towards Inclusive Education in India: Critical Appraisal of Curriculum Dimensions and Practices
Lead Author: Pranati Panda, National Council of Educational Research & Training, India

X15 / Individual Papers / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC

Building Capacity for Diversity in Three Elementary Schools through Inclusive Practice
Lead Author: Judy Lupart, University of Alberta, Canada

Contemporary Special Education: Redefined, Lost or Just Good Education Practice?
Lead Author: David Evans, University of Sydney, Australia

"A model of differentiated classroom management"
Lead Author: Jose Morgado, Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada, Portugal

A23 / Discussion Group / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC
Including and Supporting Sexual Minority Secondary Students with Disabilities
Lead Author: Millie Gore, Midwestern State University, USA

A16 / Seminar / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC
A Whole-School Staged Approach to Behaviour Through Consultation and Participation
Lead Author: Jacqui Muir, East Ayrshire Psychological Service, Scotland

A34 / Seminar / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC
Embedded-Explicit Model of Emergent Literacy Intervention
Lead Author: Laura Justice, University of Virginia, USA

C13 / Seminar / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC
Improvement though involvement: how can the views of yong disabled people and their parents best inform education research, policy and planning?
Lead Author: Louca-Mai Wilson, Disability Rights Commission, England

X37 / Seminar / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC
ICT for Inclusion: A Practical Model for High-Quality Media-Rich Motivation
Lead Author: Stuart Randall, Independent, England

X04 / Workshop / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC
The Development of a Routemap for Assessing Pupils with Multiple Disabilities
Lead Author: Verity Donnelly, ACCAC, Wales

X10 / Workshop / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC
Bringing Information Home: Grassroots Information Systems for Families in Rural, Remote Areas
Lead Author: Katharin Kelker, Montana State University-Billings, USA

X25 / Workshop / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC
Differentiating Instruction: Lessons from a One Room Schoolshouse
Lead Author: Katharin Kelker, Montana State University-Billings, USA

X32 / Workshop / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC
Doing the CATLI practically
Lead Author: Elaine Harcombe, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

I39 / Poster Symposium / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC
Australian School Clusters: neighbours progressing together through the phases of inclusion
Lead Author: Heather Jenkins, Curtin University of Technology, Australia

A42 / Poster / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC
Follow up of an orientation program devised to assist families of children with down syndrome in Brazil
Lead Author: Neucideia Aparecida Silva Colnago, Universidade Federal de Sao Carlos, Brazil

I36 / Poster / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC
Inclusion - Another Step Forward
Lead Author: Rony Schenker, Hebrew University, Israel

I37 / Poster / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC
Japanese Practices in Special School toward Social Inclusion - Activities in the Residential Communities for Children in Special Schools
Lead Author: Yutaka Tokunaga, National Institute of Special Education, Japan

X45 / Poster / Session 6, 10:30, 3 Aug / Room TBC
Electronically-Mediated Education: Challenges of Accessibility
Lead Author: Sarah Rule, Utah State University, USA

 


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