Creating Inclusive Schools

Theory, Process and Practice

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Introduction to Sustainable Development

About the book

Creating Inclusive Schools aims to simplify the dynamic and multidimensional discipline of Inclusive education for the students of education, and trainee and practising teachers. This book focuses on understanding the learning needs of children with disabilities and those from the socially and economically disadvantaged sections of society. It elucidates and critically analyses how these requirements are currently addressed at various levels of education and the desirable changes that can be brought about. The book explains multifarious concepts in lucid language, and establishes crucial links between theory and practice to facilitate understanding of the different dimensions of inclusive education.

This textbook offers a fresh perspective into inclusive education needs, policies and practices through contextually relevant examples and cases. It is based on the curriculum guidelines prescribed by National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) and the syllabi recommendations by major universities across India.

Key Features:

  • Provides holistic understanding of inclusion in education with focus on various aspects of school environment and administration.
  • Contains succinct discussion of the learning needs and strategies to address them in an inclusive education setting.
  • Each chapter aided by learning objectives and chapter-end exercise to help readers map their progress and achievements.