From Inclusion to Engagement

From Inclusion to Engagement

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Maurice Galton, Senior Research/Teaching Fellow, University of Cambridge, UK --improvements in their mental health, and 60% were symptom-free, or had only mild symptoms. However, their academic progress remained slow, and they were considered to be, even after placement, more disturbed than typical children. ... Residential schools for students with SEBD were once described as the a#39; dinosaursa#39; of special educational provision ... of adulta€“child relationships as the major tool for promoting emotional growth and social development (Cooper, 1989, 1993;anbsp;...

Title:From Inclusion to Engagement
Author:Paul Cooper, Barbara Jacobs
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 2011-02-14


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