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TitleBehavioural Support for Students with Special Educational Needs [electronic resource] : Trends Across the Asia-Pacific Region / edited by Fiona Bryer, Wendi Beamish
ImprintSingapore : Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2019
Edition 1st ed. 2019
Connect tohttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-7177-6
Descript VIII, 191 p. 2 illus. online resource

SUMMARY

This book reports on the use of behavioural support – an evidence-based approach developed in the USA to meet students’ special educational needs – in Australia and selected thriving Asian countries. It brings together key issues and insights into how educational policy and practices in different societies and cultures influence the uptake of behavioural support in schools and classrooms. The book provides a balanced and highly informative perspective on the historical paths of development and current expansion of behavioural support into regular schools in the USA. It also offers insights into the progress of its implementation outside the Western context of the USA and Europe and its influence on capacity building among professionals within various contexts across the Asia-Pacific region. Case studies from Australia demonstrate the effectiveness of multi-tiered behavioural support in a state government education system for a population of diverse students, and address the resultant adaptation of tiers when it is implemented in a nongovernment school organisation for students with autism. Case studies from Singapore, Mainland China, Hong Kong, South Korea and Japan reveal the cultural practices and organisational issues that produce distinctive characteristics of behavioural support in inclusive and special education within these countries. This book offers essential guidance to educational decision-makers in these countries and communities around diverse students in considering their next steps towards using behavioural supports proposed in the American blueprints for implementing and building capacity for use in any context


CONTENT

Part I Introduction -- 1 Western Perspectives on Teaching, Learning, and Behaviour -- Part II USA -- 2 Emergence of Behavioural Support in the USA -- 3 Scaling up Behavioural Suppot in the USA -- Part III Australia -- 4 Behavioural Support in Australia -- 5 Behavioural Support in an Australian Government Sector -- 6 Behavioural Support in an Australian Nongovernment Service -- Part IV Asian COuntries -- 7 Behavioural Support in Singapore -- 8 Behavioural Suppport in the Republic of Korea -- 9 Behavioural Support in Mainland China -- 10 Behavioural Support in Hong Kong -- 11 Behavioural Support in Japan -- Conclusion -- Part V Conclusion -- 12 Issues and Insights for the Asia-Pacific Region


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