Dialogues between Northern and Eastern Europe on the Development of Inclusion: Theoretical and Practical Perspectives

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Natallia Bahdanovich Hanssen, Sven-Erik Hansén, Kristina Ström
Routledge, 2021-02-28 - 272 psl.
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The concepts of inclusion and inclusive education for children with special education needs (SEN) have been widely accepted as imperative undertakings in the education spectrum. This book posits the practice of these ideas by scrutinizing the methodologies adopted by varied nations of the two regions towards inclusive education along with juxtaposing the dichotomous observations to enable a dialogue regarding the actualization of inclusive education.

The book looks at the distinct approaches taken by Northern and Eastern European education systems to realize inclusive education for children with SEN and aims to enable a space for dialogue wherein the reader would be able to access the cultural context of each practice, expand their cognizance regarding the concept of inclusivity and develop a more nuanced and sensitive approach to inclusive education. In the act of exploring the myriad ways in which inclusivity is practiced in the two regions, the book thusly provides insights into the pluralities and significance of inclusion in the education sector across a global spectrum.

The anthology will be of interest to a vast range of audience, videlicet, individuals, students, researchers, professionals, et al., invested in the education sector, special needs education and pedagogy. It further proposes appeal for individuals interested in performing scientific research on the subject. The book practically aims to be of interest for any individual invested in the discipline of education, development of community and the topics pertaining to education for children with SEN.


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Understanding inclusion and inclusive education for students with special
A theoretical framework of an overall
Policy politics and practice
The case of Finland
Teachers attitudes towards policy and practice of inclusion and inclusive
Tension between policy and practice
Changes towards inclusion in the Lithuanian education system
Teacher collaboration as a key aspect of
Inclusion and inclusive education
Autorių teisės

Gained experience and new perspectives in the field of inclusive education

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Pagrindiniai terminai ir frazės

Apie autorių (2021)

Natallia Bahdanovich Hanssen is an Associate Professor of Special Needs Education at Nord University in Bodø, Norway. Natallia's research interests are currently linked to comparative studies, inclusion, special needs education, inclusive education, language difficulties, aesthetic and special needs education, bullying, psychosocial learning challenges and behavioral and relational impairments.

Sven-Erik Hansén is an Emeritus Professor of Education in the Faculty of Education and Welfare Studies at Åbo Akademi University, Finland, and was Professor II at the University of Oslo (2010–13), at Nord University (2018–20) Norway, and Docent at the University of Helsinki. His research areas include teacher education, teachers’ professional development, curriculum studies; and evaluations of teacher education, higher education institutions and of research project applications. He was President of NERA (Nordic Educational Research Association) from 2004-07.

Kristina Ström is Professor of Special Education at Åbo Akademi University, Finland. Her main research interests include the work and role of special education teachers, special education and special educational support in the school system, special education in rural areas and inclusive education. She has also a special interest in special and inclusive education in low income countries, especially in East Africa.

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