Measuring Inclusive Education Vol: 3

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29 Oct 2014
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
350 pages - 152 x 229 x 30mm
International Perspectives on Inclusive Education
In the first section, broad issues associated with assessment for, of, and in learning in inclusive classrooms; measuring the implementation of inclusive policy; identifying and removing barriers to inclusion; resourcing and financing; and, evaluating effective teacher preparation for inclusion provide the structure for discussion. The second section commences with a current and in-depth review of the literature on the development of international indicators for measuring inclusive education. Examples of some of the models presently employed to frame an evaluation of inclusive practice are studied. These provide illustrations of effective measurement strategies to evaluate inclusive educational practice at all levels of administration, from governments to classrooms, and ways to recognize the positive outcomes attained by all involved.
About the Authors. Copyright page. Measuring Inclusive Education. Index. Introduction to volume 3. International Perspectives on Inclusive Education. Measuring Inclusive Education. List of Contributors. Conceptualising and Measuring Inclusive Education. Ethical Challenges and Dilemmas in Measuring Inclusive Education. What is Effective Inclusion? Interpreting and Evaluating a Western Concept in an Indian Context. Data Collection to Inform International Policy Issues on Inclusive Education. Resourcing Inclusive Education. Measuring Effective Teacher Preparation for Inclusion. Leading Inclusive Education: Measuring ‘Effective’ Leadership for Inclusive Education through a Bourdieuian Lens. Identifying Effective Teaching Practices in Inclusive Classrooms. Measuring Indicators of Inclusive Education: A Systematic Review of the Literature. Learning about Inclusion from Developing Countries: Using the Index for Inclusion. Using Networking to Measure the Promotion of Inclusive Education in Developing Countries: The Case of the Pacific Region. School and Classroom Indicators of Inclusive Education. Assessing Teacher Competencies for Inclusive Settings: Comparative Pre-Service Teacher Preparation Programs. Developing and Using a Framework for Gauging the Use of Inclusive Pedagogy by New and Experienced Teachers. Using Graduation Rates of Students with Disabilities as an Indicator of Successful Inclusive Education. Series Introduction.

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