Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs

Cover image for Vol. 15 Issue 2

Edited By: Sue Ralph

Online ISSN: 1471-3802

Associated Title(s): British Journal of Special Education, Support for Learning

Nasen Live 2010 Virtual Issue


This joint Virtual Issue comprises content from all 3 nasen journals, and was compiled to complement the nasen Live 2010 seminar programme.

Editorial
Sean Stockdale

The role of teachers in the assessment of children suspected of having AD/HD
Gill Salmon and Amanda Kirby

Including students with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in mainstream schools
Neil Humphrey

Experiences of a gifted and talented enrichment cluster for pupils aged five to seven
Anne Morgan

Vulnerable children of mentally ill parents: towards evidence-based support for improving resilience
Manfred Pretis and Aleksandra Dimova

Helpful and unhelpful practices in meeting the needs of pupils with emotional and behavioural difficulties: a pilot survey of staff views in one local authority
Peter Lloyd Bennett

Multi-agency working: what are the perspectives of SENCos and parents regarding its development and implementation?
Pearl Barnes

The role of National Strategy Behaviour and Attendance consultants with regard to training and professional development in special educational needs
Barry Frost

Seeing each other's points of view - SENCos and parents
Klaus Wedell

Parents' concerns about children with specific learning difficulties: insights gained from an online message centre
Amanda Kirby, Lisa Edwards and Angela Hughes

What pedagogical approaches can effectively include children with special educational needs in mainstream classrooms? A systematic literature review
Jonathan Rix, Kathy Hall, Melanie Nind, Kieron Sheehy and Janice Wearmouth

Special Educational Needs has outlived its usefulness: a debate
Tom Williams, Brian Lamb, Brahm Norwich, Lorraine Peterson

What does 'inclusion' mean for pupils on the autistic spectrum in mainstream secondary schools?
Neil Humphrey, Sarah Lewis

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