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23rd April 2010 at 01:00

Count Me In!: Ideas for Actively Engaging Students in Inclusive Classrooms

By Richard Rose and Michael Shevlin

Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 978-1843109556

pound;19.99

This practical book shows how involving children in their own learning can both improve their education and make them feel empowered. It includes ideas to get children involved and is aimed at teachers in both mainstream and special schools.

Special Educational Needs: A New Look

Edited by Lorella Terzi, Mary Warnock and Brahm Norwich

Continuum Publishing

ISBN: 978-1441180155

pound;14.99

An examination of the philosophical debate around special needs education and inclusion, is aimed at both practitioners and policymakers, to stimulate debate and contribute to better-informed educational initiatives.

Supporting Children's Reading

By Margaret Hughes and Peter Guppy

Routledge

ISBN: 978 0415498364

pound;24.99

This practical programme, which includes a CD, forms a complete training course and is aimed in particular at teaching assistants and volunteer helpers.

It includes explanations of how reading works, useful resources, advice on how to help children improve their skills, and strategies to help a child to deal with problem words.

It is especially useful for adults working with children who need extra help in reading.

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