The Development of Inclusive Learning Relationships\ud in Mainstream Settings: A Multimodal Perspective

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Efthymia Efthymiou; Alison Kington;

The debate regarding the inclusion of children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in mainstream education in the UK partly revolves around what makes the classroom environment inclusive. Through the potential\ud offered by the specific qualitative me... View more
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