Inclusive Principles and Practices in Literacy Education Vol: 11

Marion Milton
Notre Dame University, Australia


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781787145900
Published:
13 Jul 2017
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
288 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
International Perspectives on Inclusive Education
This volume draws together research and practice from the fields of literacy education and inclusion. As such it provides an insight into current theory, research and issues associated with teaching literacy to all students in inclusive classrooms. Literacy remains a critical success factor for students, as the basis for concurrent and future learning throughout the curriculum. As such, we take a broadened view of inclusive education and include not only students with disabilities and learning difficulties, but also those whose linguistic, cultural or social backgrounds act to marginalise or inhibit their learning.  

Numerous books publish research on inclusive education but this volume is dedicated to the critical aspect of literacy and inclusive practices in a range of countries. The changes to literacy in today’s technological world are considered along with the impact on teaching and learning.  Examples of good practice are provided, as are models of effective inclusion and differentiation in literacy teaching at different year levels, for different groups of students and the application in important subjects such as mathematics and science.

Chapter authors have expertise in the fields of pre-school and early literacy, mathematical, technology and science literacy, English as an additional language, literacy difficulties in primary and secondary schools, inclusion and special education. They provide highly relevant research and useful information for researchers, teacher educators and those engaged at all levels of the implementation of inclusive literacy education in schools.
Introduction
Section 1 - Literacy, Inclusion and Access to The Curriculum: International Insights
Literacy and Inclusion: Current Perspectives
Marion Milton
Multiliteracies, Multimodality, New Literacies, and... What do these mean for Literacy Education? 
Maureen Walsh
Examining the Literacy within Numeracy to Provide Access to The Curriculum for all
David Evans
Leadership Approaches to Inclusive Education: Learning from an Irish Longitudinal Study.
Michael Shevlin & Richard Rose
Inclusive Literacy Education and Reading Assessment for Language-Minority Students and Students with Special Educational Needs in German Elementary Schools 
Katrin Böhme, Birgit Heppt & Nicole Haag
Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, Science Literacy, and Urban Underrepresented Science Students 
Randy Yerrick and Monica Ridgeway
Developing Inclusive Literacy Practices in South African Schools 
Juan Bornman
Section 2 - Improving Student Literacy with Vulnerable Cohorts
The First Time I’ve Felt Included: Identifying Inclusive Literacy Learning in Early Childhood Through the Evaluation of Better Beginnings
Caroline Barratt-Pugh, Mary Rohl and Nola Allen
Effective Instruction for Primary Grade Students Who Struggle in Reading Fluency
Timothy Rasinski and Chase Young
Engaging Students in Inclusive Literacy Learning with Technology
Grace Oakley
Inclusive Reading Practices for Aboriginal And/Or Torres Strait Islander Students in Australia
Susan Main and Deslea Konza 
Encouraging Literacy Through Inclusive Science Investigations: How A Sense of Wonder Can Cater for Diversity.
Elaine Blake and Pauline Roberts 
Transition to Junior Secondary Schooling for Students with Learning Difficulties and Disabilities: A Study in Personalised Learning and Building Relational Agency in Schools
Mary Keeffe
Reflections of Staff and Students On the Introduction of Reciprocal Teaching as an Inclusive Literacy Initiative in an English Secondary School
Mary Doveston & Una Lodge
Inclusive Literacy for Students from Other Language Backgrounds. 
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