This book focuses on how in-service teachers, pre-service teachers, parents, learners and specialists can contribute to the development of inclusive education and its implications for society, communities, schools and classrooms. The authors attempt to provide clarity on theoretical perspectives and to promote the integration of theory and practice by focusing on components of successful inclusion such as school classroom environments, assessment and learning support.
Part I: The move towards inclusion
Chapter 1 A theoretical framework for inclusive education
Chapter 2 Inclusive education in South Africa
Chapter 3 An international perspective on inclusion
Part II: Inclusion in action in South Africa
Chapter 4 The inclusive school
Chapter 5 The inclusive classroom
Chapter 6 Assessment in an inclusive classroom
Chapter 7 Classroom support for inclusion
Chapter 8 Formal support in inclusion
Chapter 9 Informal sources of learning support
Appendix: Internet websites
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