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Inclusions By David Fink
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Everyday Bread - Participant’s Notes By Inclusive Church
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Welcome to Living Christianity! This is a course to nurture new Christians, to refresh old ones and to catch up with people asking questions about the Christian faith. It has been written by leaders... More > in parish ministry in the Church of England who are concerned to celebrate the breadth and diversity of traditional Anglicanism. These full colour Participant’s Notes are needed for each person taking part in the course (the course leader will need a copy of the Leader’s Notes - available separately).< Less
Everyday Bread - Leader’s Notes By Inclusive Church
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Welcome to Living Christianity! This is a course to nurture new Christians, to refresh old ones and to catch up with people asking questions about the Christian faith. It has been written by leaders... More > in parish ministry in the Church of England who are concerned to celebrate the breadth and diversity of traditional Anglicanism.< Less
Everyday Bread - Participant’s Notes By Inclusive Church
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Welcome to Living Christianity! This is a course to nurture new Christians, to refresh old ones and to catch up with people asking questions about the Christian faith. It has been written by leaders... More > in parish ministry in the Church of England who are concerned to celebrate the breadth and diversity of traditional Anglicanism. These full colour Participant’s Notes are needed for each person taking part in the course (the course leader will need a copy of the Leader’s Notes - available separately).< Less
Everyday Bread - Leader’s Notes By Inclusive Church
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Welcome to Living Christianity! This is a course to nurture new Christians, to refresh old ones and to catch up with people asking questions about the Christian faith. It has been written by leaders... More > in parish ministry in the Church of England who are concerned to celebrate the breadth and diversity of traditional Anglicanism.< Less
An Introduction to Inclusion By Catherine O'Kane
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An Introduction to Inclusion examines the origins of inclusive education. Some of the current issues, dilemmas and debates in inclusion will be explored and discussed in the context of mainstream... More > classroom practice. Multiple perspectives on inclusion will be considered when examining the factors associated with the successful practice of inclusion. The implications of different models of special needs and disability will be discussed within the context of mainstream learning environments. Purist paradigms like the medical and social models will be introduced with an acknowledgement of the shift towards a more balanced integrated model in current inclusive practices. There will be acknowledgment of the discrepancy between ideological theory and classroom practice, as well as some indication of ways to address limitations. Central to discussion will be the on going development of special educational provision universally, reflected in recent legal and policy changes< Less
The Gospel of Inclusion By Wade Galt
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Exploring Our Divine Family Tree
All Inclusive By Emily Thorndike
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Five hysterical short stories of holidays that go wrong. Monica Chapman dreaded her first flight having put off jetting forever. Disaster strikes on the morning of the holiday leaving her husband... More > to go through hell to make sure she gets on the plane. Clarice Roberge-Johnson’s suspicions of her husband’s infidelity sail into full view on the surprise wedding anniversary cruise he organises. Revenge was mandatory. Eddy Craddick’s efforts to book a Glamping Holiday in Wales leaves his atheist family on a Spiritual Retreat with his wife finding a perfect way for him to repent. Charlotte Davies-Wilke’s first skiing holiday with her friend is soured by an incompetent ski company that run out of a telephone kiosk. Two clandestine meetings change everything. Mark Kingston is removed from his laptop to France by his over active partner for seafood and wine. What he gets is DD landing beaches to match make their seventy one year old host.< Less
INCLUSIVE EDUCATION By T. Manichander
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The birth of a child is always time for great happiness and jubilation for the parents, immediate family and friends. The child becomes the central attraction. But if the child is born with a... More > disability the condition get changed. The child is greeted with disappointment, frustration and anger. The child is provided for but not encouraged to grow by doing little things around the house. Even the normal milestones of growing up often get delayed or missed out. After being excluded from mainstream opportunities of a normal childhood, normal schooling, and other growth opportunities, it is rather unfair to expect the disabled person to suddenly find a firm footing in the normal world. It is this exclusion, which begins almost from birth, that transforms the disability into a handicap, a social burden. The family, immediate relatives and the community force this exclusion upon the disabled person right from birth.< Less
INCLUSIVE EDUCATION By M. Brindhamani, K. Marisamy
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The provision of education is a challenge for all countries. Establishing and maintaining a quality educational system requires not only well-trained and motivated teachers and administrators, but... More > also large infusions of money to keep the system up-to-date and relevant with rapidly changing societies and economies. The emergence of the global economy has made the need for quality and effectiveness even more essential. As a result, education programs and policies now rank high on government agendas. For these policies to be effective they need to be directed to the estimated 85,000,000 citizens in the region who have disabilities. Their low rate of participation in the work force can be directly connected to their exclusion from the education system.< Less