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Gyimah, Emmanuel Kofi; Sugden, David; Pearson, Sue – Support for Learning, 2008
Literature is replete with evidence of considerable pressure that many mainstream teachers may experience in their bid to respond to the diverse needs of children with special educational needs and disabilities and to achieve ever better results. In this study, the results of 100 teachers from mainstream primary schools in three of the ten regions…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Regular and Special Education Relationship, Teacher Response, Emotional Response
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Pearson, Sue – Support for Learning, 2005
The research discussed here by Sue Pearson focuses on the preparation of teachers to work in secondary schools at a time when there is a growing trend towards inclusion. It was influenced by Mittler's (2000) comment that "Ensuring that newly qualified teachers have a basic understanding of inclusive teaching and inclusive schools is the best…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Disabilities, Teacher Education, Secondary Schools
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Pearson, Sue; Chambers, Gary – Support for Learning, 2005
An earlier study (Pearson, 2005) raised concerns about the adequacy of the current Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) courses in relation to inclusive education and suggested some relevant questions for training providers (and students). In this article, Sue Pearson and Gary Chambers report on a small-scale study involving a group of…
Descriptors: Inclusive Schools, Second Language Instruction