Promoting Social Inclusion: Co-Creating Environments That Foster Equity and Belonging Vol: 13

Kate Scorgie
Azusa Pacific University, USA (Retired)

Chris Forlin
International Inclusive Education Consultant, Australia


Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781787695245
Published:
04 Jun 2019
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
260 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
International Perspectives on Inclusive Education

Categories:

This volume in the International Perspectives on Inclusive Education Series explores innovative perspectives and practices regarding social inclusion of potentially marginalized individuals from multiple perspectives.
This book blends theoretical and evidence-based research about social inclusion and belonging, while simultaneously giving voice to families and individuals who have sought to obtain an inclusive education when experiencing a disability. Section 1, Social Inclusion: Affirming value, rights and choice, explores social inclusion from various frameworks including psychology, philosophy, human rights, social justice, hope and equity. The second section, Social Inclusion and Schools: Programs, perspectives, and practices, reviews a number of evidence-based curricula and interventions to promote social inclusion within educational contexts. Section 3, Securing presence: Dignity, agency and voice, highlights the importance of attending to and learning directly from children with disabilities. Finally, Section 4, Transition to higher education and employment, describes the continuing importance of social inclusion in transition to young adulthood and the workplace. Each chapter offers strategies, guidelines and examples of how professionals, family members and individuals can collaborate to make affirming and co-creating communities that foster equity and belonging for all.
Section 1. Social Inclusion: Affirming Value, Rights And Choice 
Chapter 1. Social Inclusion And Belonging: Affirming Validation, Agency And Voice; Kate Scorgie & Chris Forlin 
Chapter 2. Segregation Versus Solidarity: Rethinking The Uncritical Commitment To Inclusion; Emma Van Der Klift & Norm Kunc
Chapter 3. Fostering Social Incusing Through Joint Action; Richard A. Young, L. Alejandra Botia, José F. Domene, Kesha and Pradhan, & Rosalynn Record-Lemon 
Chapter 4. Nurturing Hope, Sense Of Belonging, And Engagement Through Equity; Jose W. Lalas, Brian Charest, Heidi Strikwerda, & Maria Ordaz
Section 2. Social Inclusion And Schools: Programs, Perspectives, And Practices  
Chapter 5. Promoting Inclusion From Kindergarten To University; Sara Santilli, Maria Cristina Ginevra, Ilaria Di Maggio, & Laura Nota  
Chapter 6. It Takes A Team: How One Family Paved A Path Toward Inclusion; Stacey Andrews 
Chapter 7. Learning From Children: Exploring An Inclusive Pedagogical Response To Bullying; Yuchen Wang & Lani Florian  
Chapter 8. "He Seemed A Little Lost Soul": Family Insights Into The Reality Of Realising Inclusive Education For A Child With A Disability; Chris Forlin, Kate Scorgie, Heidi Strikwerda, Jane Walker, Michelle Donnelly, Sarah Jane, & Albert B. Aragon  
Chapter 9. Inclusive Practice In Nigerian Classrooms; Mary Taiwo & Lani Florian 
Section 3. Securing Presence: Dignity, Agency, And Voice 
Chapter 10. Bridging The Local -- Universal Divide Of Human Rights Research: Voices Of Children With Disabilities In Developing Countries; Elena Jenkin, Erin Wilson, Matthew Clarke & Robert Campain 
Chapter 11. Assessment, Curriculum And Literacy Practices To Develop And Support Social Relationships In Regular Schools; Anne-Marie Mcilroy  
Chapter 12. Honoring, Constructing And Supporting Neurodivergent Communicators In Inclusive Classrooms; Christine Ashby & Casey Woodfield 
Chapter 13. Hear All About It: A Family's Perceptions On Social Inclusion And Hearing Loss; Michelle Froman & Elizabeth (Liz) Froman 
Section 4. Transition To Higher Education And Employment  
Chapter 14. It's Not All About Coursework: Narratives Of Inclusion And Exclusion Among University Students Receiving Disability Accommodation; Melinda Leigh Maconi. Sara Eleanor Green & Shawn Chandler Bingham
Chapter 15. The Self-Determined Career Design Model: Supporting Young People With Developmental Disabilities And Their Families In Home And Community Settings; Mayumi Hagiwara, Evan Dean & Karrie A. Shogren 
Chapter 16. Creating Communities In Which Everyone Belongs: A Case Study In Supportive Decision-Making; Richard A. Chapman  
Chapter 17. Employment As An Integral Part Of Social Inclusion: The Case Of Mental Health Patients In Greece; Nikos Drosos & Menelaos Theodoroulakis
Kate Scorgie is a retired Professor, formerly of the School of Education, Azusa Pacific University, USA. Her research interests have included families of children with disabilities; home-school collaboration with parents of children in military families; disclosure and equity accommodation for persons with disability transitioning to postsecondary settings; and transformative learning for educator preparation.

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