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This book contains a collection of brief case studies of children, families, professionals, curricula and schools which illustrate and illuminate contemporary methodes in special education. Together they demonstrate the wide range of sympathies, experience and knowledge required for the special education of a child in any instance. It considers children with mild and severe handicaps, both physical and sensory, and those with educational difficulties ranging from reading problems to profound mental handicap. Children in care and in poverty are also represented - they can be said to be socially handicapped by their circumstances, often experiencing educational difficulties as well. All the case studies emphasise the needs and wishes of children and their families, and encourage greater involvement for children with special needs in ordinary schools.
Release date NZ
April 1st, 1981
Edited by June Statham
Edited by Tony Booth
Country of Publication
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