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Written for practitioners from a variety of backgrounds, this text is intended for teachers, residential staff and students who wish to understand more about the education of children and young people who are deafblind. Illustrated with case studies of children and young people, the book deals with key issues of communication, curriculum, teaching and learning and personal and social development. Educational and legal frameworks are explained in practical and accessible terms, and teaching staff are encouraged to use their creative skills in the classroom while remaining within existing national curricular frameworks. The book updates and replaces "CONTACT: A Resource for Staff Working With Children Who Are Deafblind" publshed by Moray House Publications in 1993.
Stuart Aitken is Principal Officer of Sense Scotland. Marianna Buultjens is Coordinator of the Scottish Sensory Centre and Senior Lecturer at the Moray House Institute of Education, University of Edinburgh. Catherine Clark is Head Teacher of Carnbooth School for Deafblind Children, Glasgow. Jane T. Eyre is Assistant Head Teacher also at Cambooth School for Deafblind Children, Glasgow. Laura Pease is Head of SILD Centre, Whitefield Schools, Walthamstow, London.
Release date NZ
June 20th, 2000
Edited by Catherine Clark
Edited by Jane T. Eyre
Edited by Laura Pease
Edited by Marianna Buultjens
Edited by Stuart Aitken
Country of Publication
David Fulton Publishers Ltd
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