Inclusion in Practice - Educating Children with Down Syndrome at Primary School
Inclusive education offers great benefits for children with Down syndrome. This unique film explores how inclusion works in practice. It presents the keys to effective inclusion through discussions with families, educators and researchers. Issues and practice are illustrated with film of children at work and at play in their schools. The film examines the range of issues for children with Down syndrome, including learning in the classroom, planning and support, and social inclusion. Drawing on years of practical experience of supporting children with Down syndrome in mainstream schools, the film offers advice and information that is also supported by extensive scientific research into the children's needs. This comprehensive film is an important resource for parents, teachers, assistants and anyone involved in educating children with Down syndrome.
- 02 Aug 2006
- Down Syndrome Education Enterprises CIC
- Down Syndrome Educational Trust
- Kirkby Lonsdale, United Kingdom