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Curriculum 2005 : a space for all : an introduction to inclusive education

Author: Sigamoney Manicka Naicker
Publisher: Cape Town : Renaissance, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sigamoney Manicka Naicker
ISBN: 0624037681 9780624037682
OCLC Number: 46565276
Description: 126 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. The turning point --
Disability identity construction --
Continuation of apartheid in special education --
Revisiting the Canon --
2. The history of special education and education support services in South Africa --
Absences of provision (18th --
19th Century) --
White-dominated provision, and the important role of the church (Late 19th Century --
1963) --
Separate development and its impact on special education support services (1963 --
1994) --
The new democracy --
3. Towards inclusive education: critical issues, challenges and possibilities --
Legitimacy of inclusive education --
Translating inclusive education into reality --
Potential for inclusive education --
4. Outcomes-based education and inclusive education: a new paradigm --
Rationale for a paradigm shift --
Factors that impeded the paradigm shift --
Paradigms and the implications for South African educationists --
In a nutshell --
What do Outcomes-based education and inclusive education mean? --
Why have outcomes-based education and inclusive education been introduced in South Africa? --
What are the similarities between Outcomes-based education and inclusive education? --
What is a paradigm? --
What is a paradigm shift? --
What does the paradigm shift from the old curriculum/special education to Outcomes-based education/inclusive education mean? --
How do you plan a lesson for all learners? --
What does this paradigm shift mean for remedial education, special/adaptation classes and gifted child education? --
What does learning support mean in the new framework? --
How does assessment work within the new framework? --
What does the new OBE framework mean for learners who experience barriers to learning?
Other Titles: Space for all
Responsibility: Sigamoney Manicka Naicker.

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