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Special Educational Needs, Inclusion and Diversity: A Textbook.

  title={Special Educational Needs, Inclusion and Diversity: A Textbook.},
  author={Norah Frederickson and Tony Cline},
Introduction Part one: Principles and concepts Children, families, schools and the wider community an integrated approach Concepts of special educational needs Inclusion Special educational needs pathways of development Part two: Assessment in context Identification and assessment Reducing bias in assessment Curriculum based assessment Learning environments Part three: Areas of need Learning difficulties Language Literacy Mathematics Hearing impairment Emotional and behaviour difficulties… 

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