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Self-determination of young children with intellectual disability: understanding parents' perspectives
von Arellano, Araceli; Peralta, Feli
In: British Journal of Special Education, 40 (2013), 4, p. 175-181

...Self-determination is considered to be a basic human right which, to develop, demands contextual opportunities as well as individual competencies. For people with intellectual and developmental disabi...

Parents' experiences of applied behaviour analysis (ABA)-based interventions for children diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorder
von McPhilemy, Catherine; Dillenburger, Karola
In: British Journal of Special Education, 40 (2013), 4, p. 154-161

...Applied behaviour analysis (ABA)-based programmes are endorsed as the gold standard for treatment of children with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) in most of North America. This is not the case in mo...

Practical considerations when supporting transitions for pupils with speech, language and communication needs
von Perfitt, Ruth
In: British Journal of Special Education, 40 (2013), 4, p. 189-196

...This article investigates the impact of transitions upon pupils aged 11-14 with speech, language and communication needs, including specific language impairment and autism. The aim is to identify stre...

The influence of computer games on visual-motor integration in profoundly deaf children
von Radovanovic, Vesna
In: British Journal of Special Education, 40 (2013), 4, p. 182-188

...The purpose of this research was to examine the influence of specialised software on the visual-motor integration of profoundly deaf children. The research sample was made up of 70 students aged from ...

Rapid recovery in sub-optimal readers in Wales through a self-paced computer-based reading programme
von Reed, Phil; Hughes, Antony; Phillips, Gordon
In: British Journal of Special Education, 40 (2013), 4, p. 162-166

...Basic literacy skills underlie much future adult functioning, and are targeted in children through a variety of means. Children with identified special needs in reading were exposed to a self-paced co...

Exploration of teachers' awareness and knowledge of (Central) Auditory Processing Disorder ((C)APD)
von Ryan, Anita; Logue-Kennedy, Maria
In: British Journal of Special Education, 40 (2013), 4, p. 167-174

...The aim of this study was to explore primary school teachers' awareness and knowledge of (Central) Auditory Processing Disorder ((C)APD). Teachers' awareness and knowledge are crucial for initial reco...

Personal oral narratives in a special school curriculum: an analysis of key documents
von Grove, Nicola
In: British Journal of Special Education, 41 (2014), 1, p. 6-24

...Oral narrative is a critical skill for school achievement, for personal relationships and for social participation. However, it is downgraded in current and proposed National Curriculum frameworks, wh...

Improving the reading skills of young people with Duchenne muscular dystrophy in preparation for adulthood
von Hoskin, Janet; Fawcett, Angela
In: British Journal of Special Education, 41 (2014), 2, p. 172-190

...Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is a progressive genetic condition that affects both muscle and brain. Children with DMD are at risk of psycho-social difficulties such as poor academic achievement a...

'They were a little family': an exploratory study of parental involvement in nurture groups -- from a practitioner and parent perspective
von Kirkbride, Rebecca
In: British Journal of Special Education, 41 (2014), 1, p. 82-104

...The approach taken by nurture groups emphasises that difficult early experiences can be modified through creating opportunities to develop security and attachment from alternative sources other than p...

The impact of dynamic assessment: an exploration of the views of children, parents and teachers
von Lawrence, Nicola; Cahill, Sharon
In: British Journal of Special Education, 41 (2014), 2, p. 191-211

...A qualitative research project was carried out to explore the views of children with special educational needs, their parents and teachers about one aspect of educational psychology practice: the dyna...

The evolution of special education in Malaysia
von Lee, Lay Wah; Low, Hui Min
In: British Journal of Special Education, 41 (2014), 1, p. 42-58

...This article traces the evolution of special education in Malaysia across four chronological stages: before and during the early colonial period (before 1900), pre-independence (1900-1957), post-indep...

Critical disability studies and socially just change in higher education
von Liasidou, Anastasia
In: British Journal of Special Education, 41 (2014), 2, p. 120-135

...Social justice is an ambiguous and contested term that is evoked in order to address issues of enhancing participation and eliminating discrimination across various markers of difference linked to rac...

Neither confirmed nor denied: special school provision in New Zealand's Special Education 2000 policy
von McMenamin, Trish
In: British Journal of Special Education, 41 (2014), 1, p. 25-41

...Special Education 2000 (SE2000), New Zealand's first official special education policy, declared the aim of achieving a 'world class inclusive education system'. It would seem that, by implication at ...

Young people with high-functioning autism and Asperger's syndrome planning for and anticipating the move to college: what supports a positive transition?
von Mitchell, Wendy; Beresford, Bryony
In: British Journal of Special Education, 41 (2014), 2, p. 151-171

...For many young people in England, the move into continuing education involves a transfer from the school where they were educated to a further education college. For those with high-functioning autism...

'A clash of two worlds'; disjuncture between the norms and values held by educational practitioners and parents of children with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties
von Broomhead, Karen
In: British Journal of Special Education, 41 (2014), 2, p. 136-150

...This article, by Karen Broomhead of Liverpool John Moores University, discusses an exploration of the clashing norms, values and expectations of parenting behaviours between parents of children with b...

Special education in Swedish and Finnish schools: seeing the forest or the trees?
von Takala, Marjatta; Ahl, Astrid
In: British Journal of Special Education, 41 (2014), 1, p. 59-81

...The purpose of this research was to study the content of the work of two special education professions in Sweden, special teachers and special pedagogues. In addition, we compare their work to the wor...

Points from the SENCo-Forum: A dilemma in 'personalised' teaching
von Wedell, K.
In: British Journal of Special Education, 41 (2014), 1, p. 105-106

...The Draft for the proposed revised Special Educational Needs Code of Practice promotes 'high quality' teaching as 'personalised' teaching involving 'differentiated approaches and learning arrangements...

The Code of Practice through LEA eyes
von Dyer, C
In: British Journal of Special Education, 22 (1995), 2, p. 48-51s

...Places the Code of Practice in its historical context and considers it through the eyes of a Local Education Authority Officer. A critical appreciation of the good and less good aspects and thoughts o...

Tackling literacy difficulties: can teacher training meet the challenge?
von Layton, L; Deeny, K
In: British Journal of Special Education, 22 (1995), 1, p. 20-3s

...Considers how initial teacher training might include more attention to the skills which underpin reading and spelling, with a view to giving appropriate support. Argues that, thus prepared, primary te...

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