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 8, 11.00, 4th AUG

A18 / Symposium / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
Inclusion and Supporting Individual Difference. Some challenging issues: EBD, ADHD and SpLD
Lead Author: Gwynedd Lloyd, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

I08 / Symposium / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
Managing change through partnerships in three international contexts
Lead Author: Joanne Deppeler, Monash University, Australia

I16 / Symposium / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
The index for inclusion: international experience
Lead Author: Tony Booth, Canterbury Christ Church University College, England

P11 / Symposium / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
Preparation Policy and Beginning Teacher Quality: Preparing Teachers for Inclusive Schools
Lead Author: Paul Sindelar, University of Florida, USA

A02 / Individual Papers / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC

Supporting staff and students with ASDs in mainstream secondary schools: a comparative study of two models
Lead Author: Glenys Jones, University of Birmingham, England

The impact of training on practice: insights from postgraduate study of autism
Lead Author: Charlene Tait, University of Strathclyde, Scotland

The SHARE Innovation: Sharing expertise in supporting young children with autism
Lead Author: Helen Marwick, University of Strathclyde, Scotland

A10 / Individual Papers / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC

The relationship between democratic attitudes and perceptions of self-efficacy and teachers' ability to cope with the behavior problems of students with special needs
Lead Author: Orit Almog, Beit Berl College, Israel

What does discipline mean in schools now?
Lead Author: Gillean McCluskey, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

The teacher's view in assessing pupils behavior in mainstream schools
Lead Author: Zrinjka Stancic, University of Zagreb, Croatia

A25 / Individual Papers / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC

Should we not consider Dyslexia as an 'effective difference' rather than an 'affective disability'
Lead Author: Joyce Hargrave-Wright, Independent, England

Addressing Issues that have Limited the Inclusion of Students with Disabilities into Gifted/Talented Programs
Lead Author: William Morrison, Bowling Green State University, USA

Project DADS: Fathers helping their children develop literacy skills for the inclusion classroom
Lead Author: Robert Ortiz, California State University, Fullerton, USA

A32 / Individual Papers / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC

Minimizing the feelings of isolation of families of newly diagnosed infants in a hospital setting
Lead Author: Susan P Gregory, Montana State University-Billings, USA

The Education of Children with Intellectual Disabilities in Icelandic Preschools
Lead Author: Elsa Sigridur Jonsdottir, Iceland University of Education, Iceland

Improving and supporting inclusive practices in early childhood education in Guinea-Bissau
Lead Author: Gabriela Portugal, University of Aveiro, Portugal

A40 / Individual Papers / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC

Teaching Literacy to Students with Disabilities in Inclusive Settings
Lead Author: Carolyn Palmer, Flinders University of South Australia, Australia

Teaching Numeracy to children with disabilities in inclusive settings
Lead Author: Carolyn Palmer, Flinders University of South Australia, Australia

Teaching students with vision impairment in inclusive settings
Lead Author: Carolyn Palmer, Flinders University of South Australia, Australia

I01 / Individual Papers / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC

Preparing for an inclusive future: Reducing barriers to inclusive education in post soviet Georgia
Lead Author: Tim Hobbs, University of Scranton, USA

From Mexico to Chile: Assessing the Advancement of Inclusive Education Practices in Two Latin American Republics
Lead Author: Todd Fletcher, University of Arizona, USA

Developing sustainable inclusive education in the rural South: lessons from South Africa
Lead Author: Sulochini Pather, University of Warwick, England

I32 / Individual Papers / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC

The School Administrator as Inclusive Manager
Lead Author: Kevin Finnegan, York University, Canada

Developing More Inclusive Educational Institutions for Pre-School and Primary School Children in Egypt
Lead Author: Naguib Khouzam, Seti Center - Caritas, Egypt

Paper 3 TBC

P04 / Individual Papers / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC

Accommodations for Diverse Learners: Conceptualizations and Actions of Elementary Interns Prepared in a Unified Teacher Education Program
Lead Author: Alyson Adams, University of Florida, USA

In service training in Special Education in Brazil about teaching and investigation
Lead Author: Maria Amelia Almeida, Federal University of Sao Carlos, Brazil

Emotional competence in special educators: Approaches to measurement
Lead Author: Michael Davies, Griffith University, Australia

P12 / Individual Papers / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC

Self-Determination, Motivation and the Fulfilment of Psychological Needs at School
Lead Author: Helena Thuneberg, Helsinki University, Finland

Ending the Silence: adolescents with developmental disabilities as victims of crimes
Lead Author: Shunit Reiter, University of Haifa, Israel

Responsive Educators in Inclusive Settings
Lead Author: Hafdis Gudjonsdottir, Iceland University of Education, Iceland

X19 / Discussion Group / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
Project Planning and Teaching the Curriculum by Using Inclusive Strategies in the Classroom
Lead Author: Windyz Ferreira, University of Paraiba, Brazil

I28 / Seminar / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
Promoting the development of inclusive practice through links between schools: contrasting an Australian and British approach
Lead Author: Heather Jenkins, Curtin University of Technology, Australia

X11 / Workshop / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
Discovering the World with "everybody's eyes": Reconstructing Curricula for ALL children
Lead Author: Walther Dreher, University of Cologne, Germany

X26 / Workshop / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
I Hate This Subject! Why Do I Have To Learn It? Making school relevant for children (and their families): The Career Trek Program
Lead Author: Darrell Cole, Career Trek Inc, Canada

X27 / Workshop / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
Handheld Computers - The Culture of our Children
Lead Author: Bettie C Barrett, Austin Peay State University, USA

A52 / Poster / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
Strategies for Managing Autistic Children: An experimental study from Nigeria
Lead Author: Beatrice Okeke, University of Nigeria, Nigeria

P15 / Poster / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
Attitudes of SENCOs and colleague teachers towards SENCOs' role in schools in the UK
Lead Author: Tomomi Sanagi, Chiba University, Japan

X39 / Poster / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
Helping children with disabilities learning through computer in their own home
Lead Author: Maria Amelia Almeida, Federal University of Sao Carlos, Brazil

X43 / Poster / Session 8, 11:00, 4 Aug / Room TBC
Implementing a Systemic Approach of an Inclusive School into Practice
Lead Author: Marija Kavkler, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

 


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