Dr. Alan Hodkinson
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Key issues in special educational needs and inclusion
A Hodkinson
Sage, 2015
2222015
Inclusive and special education in the English educational system: Historical perspectives, recent developments and future challenges.
A Hodkinson
British Journal of Special Education 37 (2), 61-67, 2010
1232010
Conceptions and misconceptions of inclusive education: A critical examination of final-year teacher trainees' knowledge and understanding of inclusion
A Hodkinson
Research in Education 73 (1), 15-28, 2005
1172005
Conceptions and Misconceptions of Inclusive Education—One Year on: A Critical Analysis of Newly Qualified Teachers' Knowledge and Understanding of Inclusion
A Hodkinson
Research in Education 76 (1), 43-55, 2006
872006
Conceptions of inclusion and inclusive education: A critical examination of the perspectives and practices of teachers in India
A Hodkinson, C Devarakonda
Research in Education 82 (1), 85-99, 2009
772009
Inclusive education and the cultural representation of disability and Disabled people: recipe for disaster or catalyst of change? An examination of non-disabled primary school …
A Hodkinson
Research in education 77 (1), 56-76, 2007
682007
Pre‐service teacher training and special educational needs in England 1970–2008: is government learning the lessons of the past or is it experiencing a groundhog day?
A Hodkinson
European Journal of Special Needs Education 24 (3), 277-289, 2009
662009
Pupil voice: listening to and hearing the educational experiences of young people with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties (BESD)
M O'Connor, A Hodkinson, D Burton, G Torstensson
Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties 16 (3), 289-302, 2011
602011
Illusionary inclusion–what went wrong with New Labour's landmark educational policy?
A Hodkinson
British Journal of Special Education 39 (1), 4-11, 2012
562012
Conceptions of inclusion and inclusive education: a critical examination of the perspectives and practices of teachers in Poland
A Starczewska, A Hodkinson, G Adams
Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs 12 (3), 162-169, 2012
482012
Inclusion is dead: Long live inclusion
P Imray, A Colley
Taylor & Francis, 2017
432017
‘All present and correct?’Exclusionary inclusion within the English educational system
A Hodkinson
Disability & Society 27 (5), 675-688, 2012
392012
Does the English curriculum for history and its schemes of work effectively promote primary-aged children’s assimilation of the concepts of historical time? Some observations …
A Hodkinson
Educational research 46 (2), 99-117, 2004
392004
Inclusion: a defining definition?
A Hodkinson
Power and Education 3 (2), 179-185, 2011
232011
Historical time and the national curriculum
A Hodkinson
Teaching History, 18-20, 1995
231995
Inclusive education and the cultural representation of disability and disabled people within the English education system: The influence of electronic media in the primary school
A Hodkinson
Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs 12 (4), 252-262, 2012
222012
Inclusive Education and the cultural representation of disability and Disabled people within the English Education System: a critical examination of the mediating influence of …
A Hodkinson
IARTEM e-Journal 1 (1), 1-19, 2007
182007
Towards a Theory of Santa: Or, the Ghost of Christmas Present (Respond to this article at http://www. therai. org. uk/at/debate)
I Stronach, A Hodkinson
Anthropology today 27 (6), 15-19, 2011
152011
For pity's sake: comparative conceptions of inclusion in England and India
A Hodkinson, C Devarakonda
International Review of Qualitative Research 4 (2), 253-270, 2011
152011
Career entry development profiles and the statutory induction arrangements in England: A model of effective practice for the professional development of Newly Qualified Teachers?
A Hodkinson
Journal of In-service education 32 (3), 287-300, 2006
152006
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