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 7, 09.00, 4th AUG

A17 / Symposium / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
The enemy in the classroom
Lead Author: Ian Jordan, Independent, England

X24 / Symposium / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
Pedagogical Approaches for Inclusion: An Evidence Base?
Lead Author: Melanie Nind, University of Southampton, England

A01 / Individual Papers / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC

The Power of Play: Development and Effective Instruction of Play Skills for Young Children with Autism
Lead Author: Evangelia Boutskou, University of Sheffield, Greece

Imaginative representation in joint-imaginative play in pre-school children with autism
Lead Author: Helen Marwick, University of Strathclyde, Scotland

Early communication strategies: using video analysis to support teachers working with preverbal pupils
Lead Author: Carolyn Anderson, University of Strathclyde, Scotland

A09 / Individual Papers / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC

"The Blind Leading the Blind": How the vision impaired community are using a Virtual Learning Environment to build and share learning
Lead Author: Paul Lynch, Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland

Inclusive learning interactions: the design of educational materials for visually impaired children
Lead Author: Cecilia Guarnieri Batista, Campinas State University, Brazil

The Education of Children with Visual Impairment in Botswana: Are we moving towards inclusion?
Lead Author: Julia Matale, Ministry of Education, Botswana

A28 / Individual Papers / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC

Sociocultural Approach on Mathematical Learning Difficulties
Lead Author: Piia Vilenius-Tuohimaa, University of Helsinki, Finland

An Examination of Quality of Inclusive Pedagogies in Primary Maths Classes
Lead Author: David Evans, University of Sydney, Australia

Mathematical meaning making processes in the secondary classroom - the relationship between dynamic learning styles, specific processing difficulties and the construction of mathematical concepts during social interaction in the classroom
Lead Author: Nicole Schnappauf, Home School, England

C07 / Individual Papers / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC

What works for us - The parents' voice
Lead Author: Rod Wills, Auckland College of Education, New Zealand

Support from School
Lead Author: Rod Wills, Auckland College of Education, New Zealand

Encouraging Questions and Raising Voices
Lead Author: Michael Shevlin, Trinity College, Ireland

I07 / Individual Papers / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC

Inclusive Education in Brunei Darussalam
Lead Author: Teng Leong Koay, Sultan Hassanal Bokiah Institute of Education, Brunei

Inclusive Education, Experience of Birm South District
Lead Author: Eric Obodai Torto, Ghana Education Service, Ghana

Inclusive Education in Developing Countries South of the Sahara - The Way Forward
Lead Author: John Charema, Mophato Private School, Botswana

I15 / Individual Papers / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC

The construction of exclusion social and educational process in young people: a focus on Seville youth
Lead Author: Angeles Parrilla, University of Seville, Spain

Developing Inclusive School Cultures: Experiences, Dilemmas and Challenges
Lead Author: Kirsten Baltzer, Danish University of Education, Denmark

Voice, Rituals and Transitions: What is Inclusive Education Really About?
Lead Author: Derrick Armstrong, University of Sheffield, England

I20 / Individual Papers / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC

Critical Elements of Effective High School Service Learning Programs that Include Students With and Without Disabilities
Lead Author: Stacy Dymond, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

UDL Approaches to an Inclusive Education
Lead Author: Debra Bauder, University of Louisville, USA

Celebrating Diversity through Understanding Agency
Lead Author: Ann McKenna, Griffith University, Australia

P03 / Individual Papers / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC

Framing Diversity: Curricular Approaches and Professional Standards in Early Childhood Education and Care
Lead Author: Mathias Urban, Martin-Luther-Universitaet Halle-Wittenberg, Germany

Developing inclusive schools: changing teachers' attitudes and practices through critical professional development
Lead Author: Elias Avramidis, University of York, England

Facilitators to Collaboration between Teachers: Effects of Gender, Teaching Experience and Subject Area
Lead Author: Jose Castro Silva, Instsituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada, Portugal

P13 / Individual Papers / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC

The social competence of children with albinism
Lead Author: Carolyn Palmer, Flinders University of South Australia, Australia

Sites of Effective Special Education Practice for Maori: Home, School and Community
Lead Author: Ted Glynn, University of Waikato, New Zealand

Connecting with culture: The critical element in diverse classrooms
Lead Author: Angus Macfarlane, University of Waikato, New Zealand

A39 / Discussion Group / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
Child Play Under Two Years as a Basis for Cognitive Growth
Lead Author: Anamarija Filipic Dolnicar, School for Deaf (ZGN), Slovenia

X18 / Workshop / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
Online Learning Communities: Help is Just a Fingertip Away!
Lead Author: Joy Zabala, Assitive Technology & Leadership, USA

X20 / Workshop / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
Project R.E.A.C.H: An Educational Design to Raise Expectations And Children's Hopes
Lead Author: Susan Angstadt, Exeter Township School District, USA

X33 / Workshop / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
Using Science to Recognize and Nurture Potential in Young Students
Lead Author: Mary Ruth Coleman, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

P17 / Round Table / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC

The Pedagogy and Psychology Courses of the FIHE/MG: Conceptions About Inclusion
Lead Author: Luciana Pacheco Marques, Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora, Brazil

Pupil Exclusion from School: An Organisational Perspective
Lead Author: David Bracher, Independent, England

Mainstreaming: from presumption to practice - Examples of multi-agency early intervention success to: Midlothian Schools
Lead Author: Ros Hunter, Midlothian Council, Scotland

To Achieve "Education For All" Society
Lead Author: Jonas Mokome, ARCH - Special Education Institution, Cameroon

A55 / Poster Symposium / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
Dyslexia: Lateral thinking as a 'plus' rather than a 'deficiency'
Lead Author: Joyce Hargrave-Wright, Independent, England

A43 / Poster / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
Read Naturally: Combining teacher modeling, repeated reading and progress monitoring to remediate fluency problems and accelerate reading achievement
Lead Author: Marie Bodden, Read Naturally, USA

A44 / Poster / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
Play Behaviors of a Child who is Blind: In Theory and in Practice
Lead Author: Marie Celeste, Loyola College in Maryland, USA

A53 / Poster / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
Relationship between Increases of Cognitive Function and Intentional Expression Means in a Child with Severe Mental and Physcial Handicaps
Lead Author: Kazuyoshi Yoshikawa, Kanazawa University, Japan

C14 / Poster / Session 7, 09:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
A Narrative Inquiry into Mothers' Experiences of Securing Inclusive Education
Lead Author: Heather Raymond, Edmonton Public Schools, Canada

 


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