Whose transition is it anyway? Exploring multiple and multi-dimensional transitions

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    Abstract

    Keynote presentation
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 5 Mar 2018
    EventWhose transition is it anyway? Highland & Islands Conference - Inverness
    Duration: 5 Mar 20185 Mar 2018

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    ConferenceWhose transition is it anyway? Highland & Islands Conference
    Period5/03/185/03/18

    Keywords

    • Multiple and multi-dimensional transitions
    • Nursery
    • Primary school
    • Secondary School
    • Post-school
    • Life-limiting conditions
    • Additional support needs
    • Conceptualisation
    • Theoretical framework
    • Life span transitions
    • Transitions of Children with Additional Support Needs across Stages

      Mays, D., Jindal-Snape, D. & Boyle, C., 26 Jun 2020, Inclusive Education: Global Issues and Controversies . Boyle, C., Anderson, J., Page, A. & Mavropoulou, S. (eds.). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, p. 163-178 16 p. (Studies in Inclusive Education).

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  • School belonging and successful transition practice

    Mays, D., Franke, S., Metzner, F., Boyle, C., Jindal-Snape, D., Schneider, L., Zielemanns, H., Pawils, S. & Wichmann, M., 27 Sep 2018, Pathways to School Belonging : Contemporary Research in School Belongin. Allen, K-A. & Boyle, C. (eds.). Brill Academic Publishers, p. 167-187 21 p.

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  • Transitions from Early Years to Primary and Primary to Secondary Schools in Scotland

    Jindal-Snape, D., Jul 2018, Scottish Education . Bryce, T., Humes, W., Gillies, D. & Kennedy, A. (eds.). 5 ed. Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press

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