Inclusion at University

Studies and practices

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pp. 216,      1a edizione  2019   (Codice editore 1750.25)
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Inclusion at University Studies and practices
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In breve

This volume goes through multiple experiences in a purely international high-level context bringing different approaches, experiences and testimonies that allow to give body and substance to a possible “Inclusive University”. The text is particularly useful for professionals in the field of training, for trainers, for University professors, for University students who are preparing to become educators or teachers, as well as for young people with disabilities or with Specific Learning Disorders to glimpse possible paths of student’s voice and personal and professional empowerment.

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The increasingly numerous presence of students with disabilities and with Specific Learning Disorders (SpLDs) at University contexts confronts us with a complex challenge: the inclusion.
Is the University Inclusive now a day? This is the question that guides the various contributions of the volume united by the following sharing.
Often professionals and scholars of inclusive processes, like pedagogues, but also university students with disabilities and SpLDs and their families face difficulties of a communicative, administrative or scientific comparison nature, which may seem insurmountable.
Involving authors who study and research in Italy, the United States and Brazil, this volume goes through multiple experiences in a purely international high-level context bringing different approaches, experiences and testimonies that allow to give body and substance to a possible "Inclusive University".
The text is particularly useful for professionals in the field of training, for trainers, for University professors, for University students who are preparing to become educators or teachers, as well as for young people with disabilities or with SpLDs to glimpse possible paths of student's voice and personal and professional empowerment.

Ilaria D'Angelo is PhD student and Assistant to the chair of the subject of Pedagogy and Special Needs at the Department of Education, Cultural Heritage and Tourism at the University of Macerata. Her major research interests concern educational design with a view to the Quality of Life paradigm.

Noemi Del Bianco is PhD student and Assistant to the chair of the subject of Pedagogy and Special Needs at the Department of Education, Cultural Heritage and Tourism at the University of Macerata. Her major research interests are focused on the construction of services and interventions aimed at managing adolescents and young people with disabilities. She has published several articles in A level national journals.

Indice

Catia Giaconi, Maria Beatriz Rodrigues, Foreward
Ilaria D'Angelo, Aldo Caldarelli, Noemi Del Bianco, Catia Giaconi, Maria Beatriz Rodrigues,
Introduction
Catia Giaconi, Maria Beatriz Rodrigues, Arianna Taddei,
Inclusive University Teaching: critical issues and perspectives
Noemi Del Bianco,
Technological tools used by University Students with Specific Learning Disorders: an analysis proposal through rankings
Catia Giaconi, Noemi Del Bianco, Aldo Caldarelli, Maria Beatriz Rodrigues, Arianna Taddei,
International review of technological tools used by University teachers
Cynthia P. Demetriou, Gabrielle E. Miller, Laurel G. Mason, Christine L. Salvesen,
A Model Program for the Success of College Students with Attention and Learning Disorders
Bianca dos Santos, Alexandra Beatriz Portes de Cerqueira César, Simone Aparecida Capellini, Catia Giaconi, Noemi Del Bianco,
Survey of complaints and behaviors of students with learning problems. Investigation Learning Disabilities Laboratory
Gerard Buckley,
Inclusive Perspectives and Inclusion Practices: The National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID): A Model of Inclusive Practices for Deaf Students
Arianna Taddei, Giampiero Griffo, Riccardo Sirri,
Disability mainstreaming and international cooperation: which challenges for University education?
Grazia Romanazzi,
Witness the knowledge, learning how to do: knowing how to be through autobiographical narrative teaching strategy
Gianluca Amatori, Stefano Zucca,
The Italian University system: disability and learning support action plans
Catia Giaconi, Simone Aparecida Capellini, Noemi Del Bianco, Ilaria D'Angelo, Arianna Taddei, Maria Beatriz Rodrigues,
Inclusive University teaching processes and practices: the Inclusion Project 3.0
Noemi Del Bianco, Ilaria D'Angelo, Manuela Crescimbeni,
The Student's Voice: a Case Study
Ilaria D'Angelo, Aldo Caldarelli, Noemi Del Bianco, Catia Giaconi, Maria Beatriz Rodrigues,
Conclusions.