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Shortlisted for the NASEN/TES 2007 Book Award
Increased partnership between professionals, particularly through the integration of services, indicates a major opportunity for child and parent participation, but one that seems in danger of being side-stepped. Drawing on substantial research evidence, this book looks at reasons for this situation; what is happening now, what developments and initiatives have been tried and what can be done to develop a culture of participation?
Some of the main threats to participation are discussed in this book including:
Partnerships for Inclusive Education includes a helpful framework map which guides critical thinking towards the development of a culture of collaboration and presents original and stimulating ideas to open up the complex processes that can frustrate participative practice. Combining socio-cultural ideas with post-structural thinking gives this book a strong yet accessible theoretical basis, making it a valuable resource to both an academic and a professional educational audience.
|Partnership is Everywhere and Nowhere|
|Myths of Parent Partnership|
|Parent Partnership Projects in Special Educational Needs|
|Consulting the Children|
|Children As Agents of their Own Being|
|Partnership with Children: It's Not Enough To Ask|
|Multi-Agency Working: Professional Contradictions|
|Towards the New Professional|
|Concluding Issues and Ways Forward|
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Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 200
Published: 30th November 2006
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 13.9 x 21.8 x 1.1
Weight (kg): 0.25
Edition Number: 1