3 edition of Pathways to Inclusion: A Guide to Staff Development found in the catalog.
April 30, 2006
by University of Iceland Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Rosa Eggertsdottir (Editor), Gretar L. Marinosson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||244|
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The purpose of this staff development material is to distribute to teachers, parents and support services elements of successful practices of inclusive schooling.
It was produced during the years by a collaborative team from Austria, Iceland, Portugal and Spain as part of a Leonardo da Vinci project named Enhancing Teachers’ Ability.
The book is, as the title indicates, written to support staff development in schools working towards inclusive education. The purpose of the material is to diseminate to teachers, parents and support services elements of successful practices of inclusive schooling in four European countries.
It was produced by a collaborative team from Austria, Iceland, Portugal and Spain as part of a Leonardo. This book offers valuable insight into the importance of including all constituent groups, but especially student voices, in the development of programmatic pathways to success.” —Deborah Bial, President and Founder, The Posse Foundation.
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