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Education and disability in the global south, new perspectives from Africa and Asia, edited by Nidhi Singal, Paul Lynch and Shruti Taneja Johansson

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Education and disability in the global south, new perspectives from Africa and Asia, edited by Nidhi Singal, Paul Lynch and Shruti Taneja Johansson
Language
eng
Index
no index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Education and disability in the global south
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Oclc number
1065296974
Responsibility statement
edited by Nidhi Singal, Paul Lynch and Shruti Taneja Johansson
Sub title
new perspectives from Africa and Asia
Table Of Contents
Cover -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title -- Copyrights -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Notes on Contributors -- Foreword -- 1 Education of Children with Disabilities: Changing Landscape of New Opportunities and Challenges -- Part One Framing the Debates -- 2 Looking to the Future: Including Children with Disabilities in the Education Sustainable Development -- 3 Researching Disability and Education: Rigour, Respect and Responsibility -- 4 What Gets Measured Gets Done: Collecting Data to Support Inclusive Education for Children with Disabilities -- Part Two Situated Perspectives Applying Conceptual Approaches -- 5 Advancing a Comparative Case Study Approach towards Education and Disability Research: An Example from Bhutan -- 6 Diversifying Th eoretical Commitments for a Transnational Inclusive Education: Lessons from India -- 7 Participation of Students with Disabilities in South African Higher Education: Contesting the Uncontested -- Schooling and Teachers -- 8 Reframing 'Spaces' for Educating Children with Autism: Perspectives from Urban India -- 9 The Application of Inclusive Principles and Practice in Schools in South India: Successes and Challenges -- 10 The Practice Architectures of Inclusive Education in Two African Contexts -- 11 How Prepared Are Teachers to Deliver Inclusive Education: Evidence from Kenya, Zimbabwe and Sierra Leone -- Child, Family and Community -- 12 Exploring Ways to Support the Infrastructure for Early Childhood Development: A Study of Children with Visual Impairment in Malawi -- 13 Inclusive Education for Learners with Albinism: Malawi, Zambia and Botswana -- 14 Listening to Children with Disabilities: Voices from Uganda and Malawi -- 15 Mothers as Educational Enablers: Examining the Journeys of Young Women with Disabilities in Pakistan -- 16 Conclusion -- Index
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