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Episode One: Introduction
Further reading for episode one:
Ainscow, M., Booth, T. & Dyson, A. (2006). Improving schools, developing inclusion. Abbingdon, UK: Routledge.
Berlach, R. G., & Chambers, D. J. (2011). Inclusivity imperatives and the Australian national curriculum. The Educational Forum, 75, 52-65.
Hall, J. (1996). Integration, inclusion: What does it all mean? In J. Coupe O’Kane and J. Goldbart (Eds.), Whose choice: Contentious issues for those working with people with learning difficulties? London: Fulton.
Loreman, T. (2009). Straight talk about inclusive education. CASS Connections, Spring. Available here.
Episode Two: Judy Lupart on inclusion across the lifespan.
Further reading for episode two:
Hutchinson, N. (2012). Judy Lupart: A tribute to a woman who led the way. Exceptionality Education International, 22(2), 38-39.
Lupart, J. (2012). Toward a unified system of education: Where do we go from here?. Exceptionality Education International, 22(2), 3-7.
Lupart, J., & Andrews, J. (Eds). (2014). Diversity education: Understanding and addressing student diversity. Toronto, Canada: Nelson Education.
Lupart, J., Irvine, A., Timmons, V., & Gerg, B. (2005, August). Inclusion across the lifespan for individuals who are developmentally delayed. Presented at ISEC 2005, Glasgow, Scotland. Available here.
Episode Three: Richard Rose on international collaboration and inclusive education.
Further reading for episode three:
Visit Richard’s blog ‘Richard Rose Bangalore‘.
Forlin, C., & Rose, R. (2010). Authentic school partnerships for enabling inclusive education in Hong Kong. Journal Of Research In Special Educational Needs, 10(1), 13-22. Available here.
Rose, R. (Ed.). (2010). Confronting obstacles to inclusion: International responses to developing inclusive education. Abbingdon, UK: Routledge.
Rose, R., Kaikkonen, L., & Koiv, K. (2007). Estonian vocational teachers’ attitudes towards inclusive education for students with special educational needs. International Journal Of Special Education, 22(3), 97-108. Available here.
Rose, R., & O’Neill, A. (2009). Classroom support for inclusion in England and Ireland: An evaluation of contrasting models. Research In Comparative And International Education, 4(3), 250-261. Available here.
Episode Four: Chris Forlin on teacher education for inclusion.
Further reading for episode four:
Forlin, C. (1998). Inside four walls. Australasian Journal of Special Education, 22(2), 96-106.
Forlin, C. (2007). A collaborative, collegial, and more cohesive approach to supporting educational reform for inclusion in Hong Kong. Asia Pacific Education Review, 8(2), 276-287. Available here.
Loreman, T., Sharma, U., & Forlin, C. (2013). Do pre-service teachers feel ready to teach in inclusive classrooms? A four-country study of self-efficacy. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 38(1), 27-44.
Sharma, U., Forlin, C., Deppeler, J., & Guang-Xue, Y. (2013). Reforming teacher education for inclusion in developing countries in the Asia-Pacific region. Asian Journal of Inclusive Education, 1(1), 3-16.
Forlin, C. (Ed.). (2012). Future directions for inclusive teacher education: An international perspective. Abbingdon, UK: Routledge.
Episode Five: Joanne Deppeler on school university-school collaboration for inclusive education.Further reading for episode five:
Carrington, S., Deppeler, J., & Moss, J. (2010). Cultivating teachers’ beliefs, knowledge and skills for leading change in schools. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 35(1). Available here.
Deppeler, J.M. (2012) Developing inclusive practices: Innovation through collaboration, in What Works in Inclusion?, C. Boyle and K. Topping (Eds)., Open University Press, UK, 125-138.
Deppeler, J.M. (2010) Professional learning as collaborative inquiry: working together for impact, in Teacher Education For Inclusion. Changing Paradigms and Innovative Approaches, C. Forlin, (Ed.)., Routledge, Abbingdon, UK, 180-188.
Deppeler, J.M., Loreman, T., & Sharma, U. (2005) Improving inclusive practices in secondary schools: moving from specialist support to supporting learning communities. Australasian Journal of Special Education, 29(2),117-127.
Loreman, T., Deppeler, J.M., & Harvey, D.H.P. (2010). Inclusive education: Supporting diversity in the classroom (2nd Ed.). Sydney: Allen & Unwin.
Episode Six: Umesh Sharma on developing indicators of inclusive education for the Pacific Islands.Further reading for episode six:
Ahmmed, M., Sharma, U., & Deppeler, J.M. (2014). Variables affecting teachers’ intentions to include students with disabilities in regular primary schools in Bangladesh. Disability & Society, 29(2), 317-331.
Ahsan, M., Sharma, U., & Deppeler, J. (2012). Challenges to prepare pre-service teachers for inclusive education in Bangladesh: Beliefs of higher educational institutional heads. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 32(2), 241-257.
Sharma, U. (2011). Teaching in inclusive classrooms: Changing heart, head, and hands, Bangladesh Education Journal, 10(2), 7-18. Available here.
Sharma, U. (2010) Using reflective practices for the preparation of pre-service teachers for inclusive classrooms, in Teacher Education for Inclusion. Changing Paradigms and Innovative Approaches., C. Forlin, Routledge, Abingdon, UK, 102-111.
Episode Seven: Jennifer Katz on the Three-Block Model of UDL.Further reading for episode seven:
Resources available on Dr. Katz’s website here.
Katz, J. (2012). Teaching to Diversity: The Three-Block Model of Universal Design for Learning. Winnipeg, MB: Portage & Main Press.
Katz, J. (2013). Resource Teachers: A Changing Role in the Three Block Model of Universal Design For Learning.Winnipeg, MB: Portage & Main Press.
Katz, J. & Sugden, R. (2013). The Three-Block model of universal design for learning implementation in a High School. Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy, 141, 28p. Available here.
Specht, J. & Katz, J. (2014). Perspectives on teaching and diversity. In J. Andrews and J. Lupart (Eds.). Understanding and addressing student diversity in Canadian schools. Toronto, ON: Nelson Education.
Episode Eight: Roger Slee on the irregular school.
Part One:Part Two: Further reading for episode eight:
Slee, R. (2006). Inclusive education: Is this horse a Trojan?. Exceptionality Education Canada, 16(2/3), 223-242.
Slee, R. (2008). Beyond special and regular schooling? An inclusive education reform agenda. International Studies In Sociology Of Education, 18(2), 99-116. doi:10.1080/09620210802351342.
Slee, R. (2011). The irregular school. Abbingdon, UK: Routledge.
Slee, R. (2013). How do we make inclusive education happen when exclusion is a political predisposition? International Journal Of Inclusive Education, 17(8), 895-907.
Episode Nine: Mel Ainscow on inclusive education and school and system reform.Further reading for episode nine:
Ainscow, M., Booth, T., & Dyson, A. (2006). Improving schools, developing inclusion. Abbingdon, UK: Routledge.
Ainscow, M., Dyson, A., Goldrick, S., & West, M. (2012). Developing equitable education systems. Abbingdon, UK: Routledge.
Booth, T. & Ainscow, M. (2002). The Index for Inclusion (2nd Ed.). Bristol, UK: Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education. Available here translated into many languages and for many contexts.
Miles, S., & Ainscow, M. (2011). (Eds.). Responding to diversity in schools: An inquiry-based approach. Abbingdon, UK: Routledge.
Episode Ten: Phyllis Jones on insider perspectives on inclusive education.Further reading for episode ten:
Jones, P (Ed.). (2013). Infusing insider perspectives into inclusive teacher learning: Potentials and challenges. Abbingdon, UK: Routledge.
Jones, P. (2010). My peers have also been an inspiration for me: developing online learning opportunities to support teacher engagement with inclusive pedagogy for students with severe/profound intellectual developmental disabilities. International Journal of Inclusive education, 14(7), 681-696.
Jones, P. (2005). Inclusion: Lessons from the children. British Journal of Special Education, 32(2), 60-66.
Jones, P., West, E., & Stevens, D. (2006). Nurturing moments of transformation in teachers – comparative perspectives of the challenges of professional development. British Journal of Special Education, 33(2), 82-91.
Episode Eleven: Richard Rieser on working with global organizations for inclusive education.
Part OnePart Two Further reading for episode eleven:
Visit the World of Inclusion website.
Rieser, R. (2006). Disability equity: Confronting the opression of the past. In M. Cole (Ed.). Education, equality, and human rights: Issues of gender, race, sexuality, disability, and class. Abbingdon, UK: Routledge.
Rieser, R. (2009). Inclusion, empowerment, and the vital role of disabled people and their thinking. In V. Timmons & M. Alur (Eds.). Inclusive education across cultures: Corssong boundaries, sharing ideas. p, 365-380. New Dehli, India: Sage.
Rieser, R. (2012). Implementing inclusive education: A Commonwealth guide to implementing Article 24 of the UN Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities. London, UK: Commonwealth Secretariate. Sampler available here.
Rieser, R. (2013). Preparing teachers for children with disabilities. New York, USA: UNICEF. Available here.
Episode Twelve: Donna McGhie-Richmond on technology and inclusive education.
Further reading for episode twelve:
See Associate Professor McGhie-Richmond and colleagues present on experiences on preparing educators to support students using assistive technology here.
McGhie-Richmond, D., & Winter, E. (2010) Considerations for effective collaborative practice: A reflection on the use of case studies in online teacher education learning spaces. In F. Pozzi and D. Persico. (Eds.). Techniques for fostering collaboration in online learning communities: Theoretical and practical perspectives.(p. 124-145). Hershey, USA: Information Science Reference.
McGhie-Richmond, D., & Sung, A. (2013). Applying Universal Design for learning to instructional planning. International Journal of Whole Schooling, 9(1). Available here.
McGhie-Richmond, D., & Howery, K. (2014). Program planning and student diversity. In J. Andrews and J. Lupart (Eds.). Diversity education: Understanding and addressing student diversity. (p. 248-287). Toronto, Canada: Nelson.
Episode Thirteen: Jacqui Specht on inclusive school leadershipFurther reading:
Edmunds, A., Macmillan, R., Specht, J.,& Nowicki, E. (2010). Principals and inclusive schools: Insight into practice. In A. Edmunds & R. Macmillan (Eds.). Leadership for inclusion: A practical guide (pp.143- 159). Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Sense Publishers.
Edmunds, A., Macmillan, R., Specht, J.,& Nowicki, E. (2009). Principals and inclusive schools. The Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations, 20, 1-23.
Specht, J.A., & Young, G. (2010). How administrators build schools as inclusive communities. In A. Edmunds & R. Macmillan (Eds.). Leadership for inclusion: A practical guide (pp.65-72). Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
Contact: Tim Loreman