Academic Instruction for Students with Moderate and Severe Intellectual Abilities in Inclusive Classrooms
By June E. Downing
While many resources for inclusive education focus on mild to moderate disabilities, this caters for teachers with pupils at the more severe end of the spectrum. Based on research evidence and her own experience as a special needs consultant, Downing combines practical teaching suggestions with guidelines on how to assess a child's needs and how to keep track of their progress.
Inclusion Strategies That Work
By Toby J. Karten
Although written with the US in mind, this provides both a guide to a wide range of social, emotional and behavioural issues and a series of teaching strategies that are easily translated for use in UK classrooms. A useful guide to adapting teaching, the curriculum and assessment to support inclusion.
Which School? For Special Needs 201011
By Wendy Bosberry-Scott
John Catt Educational
Now in its 19th edition, this is a comprehensive directory of independent and non-maintained special schools and colleges, catering for children with sensory or physical impairments, learning difficulties, social, emotional and behavioural difficulties and autistic spectrum disorders. Useful both as a way of pointing parents towards suitable schools, or as a handy list of potential employers.