The Department of Disability Inclusion and Special Needs (DISN)

DISN is a unique Department engaged in promoting inclusion through multi-disciplinary working, researching the role of mainstream and special schools and pedagogies, and educational achievement.

Latest DISN publications

McLinden, M, Ravenscroft, J, Douglas, G, Hewett, R, McCann, E & Roe, J 2020, 'Promoting a balanced early years curriculum for young children with vision impairment: developing and sustaining personal agency through a bioecological systems perspective', British Journal of Visual Impairment, pp. 1-7.

Schuelka, M & Engsig, T 2020, 'On the question of educational purpose: Complex educational systems analysis for inclusion', International Journal of Inclusive Education.

Morris, R & Dobson, G 2020, 'Spending the Pupil Premium: what influences leaders’ decision-making?', Educational Management Administration & Leadership.

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