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Richard Rose in Bangalore

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Richard Rose, Professor of Inclusive Education and Director of the Centre for Education and Research (CESNER) at the University of Northampton, has begun writing a blog. At present he is teaching in Bangalore in India.

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Richard is working with teachers on the University’s MA in Special and Inclusive Education. You can see the Facebook page for the course here – MA Special and Inclusive Education, Bangalore, India

He arrived only a few days ago and his post from today discusses working with teachers to create a format for Individual Education Plans, principles for implementation and a process for evaluation. Yesterday he shared with us the RTE – Right to Education Act – and the implications for schools and education.

If you are working to support pupils you’ll find his posts of interest, inspiring you to reflect upon the similarities and differences and the challenges we have in common. You can subscribe to his blog here – Richard Rose Bangalore

 

Author: Jean

Senior Lecturer, Education at the University of Northampton. Admissions Tutor for the Foundation Degree Learning and Teaching.

One Comment

  1. Hi Jean, Thanks for this post. I hope the students enjoy the news from Bangalore. If they would like to know more about education here or the students I work with I would be delighted to come and talk to them

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