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British Journal of Special Education (BJSE)

Référence :  Vol. 50, n°1, mars 2023

  • Editorial, Graham Hallett, Fiona Hallett
  • Inclusive pedagogies in digital post-Covid-19 higher education, Anastasia Liasidou
  • Impact of ICT on university students with visual impairment, Marta Montenegro-Rueda, José María Fernández-Batanero, José Fernández-Cerero
  • Physical activity knowledge and confidence of education staff in a special education setting, J. Bellamy, S. Fensom, N. van Doorn
  • ‘The girls are out there’: professional perspectives on potential changes in the diagnostic process for, and recognition of, autistic females in the UK, Hannah McLinden, Felicity Sedgewick
  • Social status, popularity goals and students with learning disabilities: an initial investigation, Martin H. Jones, Morgan T. James, Chalon Johnson
  • Teachers of learners with ASD in mainstream schools and classrooms in Spain: attitudes towards inclusive education, Yolanda Muñoz Martínez, Cecilia Simón Rueda, Mª José de Dios Pérez
  • The impact of a Curriculum for Resilience Promotion in Deaf Children and Adolescents, Eunice Freitas, Celeste Simões, Ana Mineiro, Pedro J. Rosa, Anabela C. Santos
  • Teaching early reading skills to non-vocal students with severe learning disabilities using Headsprout Early Reading©, Sian E. Thomas, Corinna F. Grindle, Vaso Totsika
  • Points from the SENCo-Forum: SENCos and home-based learning, Christopher Robertson
  • Politics Page, John Perry
  • Deconstructing Special Education and Constructing Inclusion, Gill Richards
  • Better Mental Health in Schools: Four Key Principles for Practice in Challenging Times, Michelle Bramley-Brookes
  • Better Mental Health in Schools: Four Key Principles for Practice in Challenging Times, Thomas Voice

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mot(s) clé(s) :  besoins éducatifs particuliers, inclusion, recherche en éducation