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Inclusive Practice in the Lifelong Learning Sector

Inclusive Practice in the Lifelong Learning Sector

June 2011 | 112 pages | Learning Matters
Inclusive practice is a crucial component of professional practice in the Lifelong Learning Sector. This accessible text includes comprehensive coverage of key areas and explores what inclusive practice means for teachers and learners in the sector. The book begins by examining definitions of inclusion and goes on to cover specific educational needs. Chapters covering the learning environment, college-level planning and teaching and learning practices offer the reader practical advice on how to anticipate the diverse needs of their learners. Guidance on inclusive planning and assessment is given alongside detailed coverage of the legislation surrounding inclusion.
Defining inclusion
Models of disability
Planning for specific learning difficulties and/or disabilities
Managing the learning environment
Planning for an inclusive college
Inclusive learning and teaching practices
An inclusive curriculum
Inclusive policies and inclusive practice

Very good read for those on a teacher training course and inclusive practice. Good for references. A Recommended purchase.

Mrs Emma Marie Punter
Health and Social Care Department, East Coast College (Great Yarmouth)
June 10, 2020

This is an excellent book which supports a wide range of practices in the sector

Mrs Emma Marie Punter
Health and Social Care Department, East Coast College (Great Yarmouth)
March 5, 2020

this book has been used by the teacher and students as a research resource. the activities and simplicity of the contents has met all learning needs.

Mrs Patricia Allison
NVQ Office, Wiltshire and Somerset Colleges Partnership Ltd
March 16, 2015

This book is very useful to refer to for people doing their PTLLS course. It gives concise information about all aspects of inclusive practice in the lifelong learning sector.

Ms Julie Tilstone
Education, Douglas Macmillan Hospice
July 9, 2014

It helps achieve particular tasks to write assignments that have to be achieved for the teaching training qualification. Easy to read and easy to understand.

Miss Kerry Simm
Adult Team Apprentices, Harlow College
May 2, 2014

An good book for trainee teachers.

Has helped me during my teaching and ways to include students into my teaching

Miss Yeeman Lam
Childcare Department, Bishop Burton College
April 1, 2014

An essential text for trainee-teachers wishing to explore the background of inclusion in the Lifelong Learning Sector and how they might anticipate the diverse needs of students they teach

Mr Steven Fletcher
School of Social Sciences and Law, University of Teesside
March 21, 2014

easy to follow. some good ideas.

Miss Jackie Rhoden
SEEYAC, Sheffield College
March 14, 2014

Students found useful, used as initial reading with excellent points to move onto.

Miss Josephine Kent
Public Services, Aylesbury College
January 31, 2014

Inclusive practice is becoming more of an important element in LLL - This book highlight the pro- active ways to establish and evidence IP well worth the read

Mr Vernon Ambris
care , paragon skills for industry
May 15, 2013