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Kaushal Sharma and B C Mahapatra

Published by Ivy Pub, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8178901684 ISBN 13: 9788178901688

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About this Item: Ivy Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Acknowledgement. Foreword. Contributors. Preface. I. Awareness towards inclusion 1. Legislative measures for persons with disabilities/Kaushal Sharma. 2. Inclusive education practicing including the excluded/Kaushal Sharma. 3. Existential challenges for disabled women in the abled society/Kaushal Sharma. 4. Inclusion a journey from behavior to attitude/Kaushal Sharma. 5. Awareness campaigns a process with attitude/Kaushal Sharma and Manoj Pandey. 6. Inclusive education a prospect education for all/B.C. Mahapatra and A.K. Nayak. 7. An artificial ear for real hear education with hearing aids/Kaushal Sharma. 8. Vocational education for children with disabilities/S.C. Mehta. II. Technology in inclusive education 9. Re engineering of ODL system through ICT venture /Kaushal Sharma and B.C. Mahapatra. 10. ICT in distance education challenges and opportunities in higher education/Kaushal Sharma and B.C. Mahapatra. 11. ICT and inclusive education from need to responsibility/Kaushal Sharma. 12. Accessibility and use of graphics and illustrations in the learning environment/Kaushal Sharma. 13. Commencing computer education challenges and opportunities/B.C. Mahapatra. III. Challenges and prospects in inclusive education 14. Cross border higher education through ODL system prospects and challenges/Kaushal Sharma. 15. Assisting persons with disabilities in the age of technology and cybernetics/Kaushal Sharma. 16. Inclusion and adaptations in curriculum for improving performance of children with special needs/Kaushal Sharma. 17. Classroom management for the children with special needs/Kaushal Sharma. 18. Person centered approach an approach to encounter psychological thrust of children with special needs/Kaushal Sharma. 19. Inclusive education for PWDs an everyone's challenge/Kaushal Sharma. 20. Inclusive education in the Indian perspective/Kaushal Sharma and K.M. Mohandas. 21. Challenges for vocational education and sustainable rehabilitation of persons with disabilities/S.K. Goel. IV. Emerging trends and issues in inclusive education 22. Evolution of vocational education and training with special reference to the persons with disabilities/Kaushal Sharma. 23. Education in changing scenario from need to responsibility/Kaushal Sharma. 24. Music education and therapy for the children with disabilities need and application/Kaushal Sharma. 25. Steps towards social science research operations/B.C. Mahapatra. 26. Beyond 2020 policy decisions for the future of elementary education/B.C. Mahapatra. 27. Inclusive education perspectives in the twenty first century/Kaushal Sharma and Rakesh K. Azad. 28. Barriers in inclusive education violating rights of education/P.C. Shukla and Kaushal Sharma. Bibliography. Index. Ensuring that education for all is provided with adequate equitable and sustainable resources is the foremost challenge. Many governments do not give education sufficient priority in their national budgets. Too many do not use resources for education effectively and efficiently and often subsidize better off groups at the expense of the poor. At the same time stabilization programmes often fail to protect education budgets. As a direct consequence user charges continue to be a major deterrent to poor children attending school and to young people and adults in need of non formal learning. In some countries passing the cost burden on to poor parents has had a devastating impact of enrolment and retention. Education must neither exclude nor discriminate. Every government has the responsibility to provide free quality basic education so that no child is denied access because of the inability to pay. According to Miguel Angel Escotet Education should be related to an intercultural and interdependent world. A world in which education teaches man to foster sharing attitudes to compete with oneself and no with others leaning to be tolerant and to develop pity and solidarity for the suffering of mankind. A world free from prejudices where le. Seller Inventory # 68453

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