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The Routledge handbook of inclusive education for teacher educators, issues, considerations, and strategies, Santoshi Halder, Shakila Dada, and Rashida Banerjee

This handbook provides foundational, conceptual, and practical knowledge and understanding of inclusive education, special needs education. It highlights the need for preparing special educators and teachers for inclusive classrooms to effectively cater to the needs of students with diverse needs for countries globally
Table Of Contents
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Foreword: Inclusion: Progress Made but We Should Not Narrow Our Focus by Richard Rose -- Preface by Santoshi Halder -- Acknowledgments -- Contributors -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 Preparing Teacher Educators for Inclusive Classroom: Challenges, Lacuna and Future Direction -- Part I Foundational and Conceptual Considerations -- Chapter 2 Foundational and Legal Basis of Inclusive Education and Future Directions -- Chapter 3 Universal Design and Inclusive Participation -- Chapter 4 Parent Perspectives and Beliefs on Inclusive Education for Students with Intellectual Disability -- Chapter 5 Attitudes of Students without Disabilities towards People with Disabilities: Perspectives of Higher Education students -- Chapter 6 Translating Statutory Guidance into Inclusive Practice in the Classroom: The Case of England -- Chapter 7 Attitudes Towards an Unfamiliar Peer with Complex Communication Needs Using an iPad™ with AAC Software and a Communication Board: Perspectives of Adolescents with Physical Disabilities -- Part II Cross-Cultural and Global Perspectives -- Chapter 8 Right to Inclusive Education for Children with Disabilities: Exploring the Gap through the Indian and Canadian Legal Prism -- Chapter 9 Paradoxes of Inclusion and Segregation Dilemma Explored through the Lenses of Students with Disabilities and Teachers: Perspectives from Japan -- Chapter 10 Participation of Children with Disabilities and Their Peers in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Comparison of Children with and without Disabilities -- Chapter 11 Perceived Strengths of Autistic People and Roadmap for Intervention: Parents and Practitioners' Perspectives -- Chapter 12 Inclusive Classrooms as Thinking Spaces for Teachers and Students
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non fiction
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1 online resource (720 pages)
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