|Including children with visual impairment in Mainstream schools: a practical guide.
|"This guide aims to help staff in mainstream schools and support services to develop more inclusive teaching practices, not only for children with visual impairment but for all children, whether or not they are classified as having special educational needs. The book's context and the examples provided are all related to the teaching of children with visual impairment. However, many of the issues discussed apply more widely.
The book provides the means for whole school, small group and individual teacher development, and includes a framework that encourages critical reflection on teaching practices regarding the inclusion of a child or children with visual impairment within a mainstream setting." (source: amazon.com)
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