University of Edinburgh
 

Promoting social inclusion of pupils with visual impairment in
mainstream schools in Scotland

Appendix V Bibliography and Resources

Books

Arter, Christine ; Mason, Heather; McCall, Steve; McLinden, Mike; Stone, Juliet. Children with visual impairment in mainstream settings. London: David Fulton, 1999. 1853465836.

Blunkett, David. On a clear day. London: Michael O'Mara, 1995. 1854797417.

Cole-Hamilton, Issy & Vale, Dan. Shaping the future: the experiences of blind and partially sighted children in the UK : summary report. London: RNIB, 2000. 1858784492.

Crofts, Kate. Shaping the future: the health and wellbeing of blind and partially sighted children and young people aged 5 to 25. London: RNIB, 2001. 1858784786.

Franklin, Anita. Shaping the future: the educational experiences of 5 to 16 year-old blind and partially sighted children and young people. London: RNIB, 2001. 185878476X.

Harrison, Felicity & Crow, Mary. Living and learning with blind children. London: University of Toronto Press, 1993. 0802077005.

Holbrook, M Cay. Children with visual impairments: a parents guide. USA: Woodbine House, 1996. 0933149360.

Keil, Sue. Shaping the future: the social life and leisure activities of blind and partially sighted children and young people aged 5 to 25. London: RNIB, 2001. 1858784778.

Kuusisto, Stephen. Planet of the blind. London: Faber and Faber, 1998. 0571193617.

Lewis, Vicky & Collis, Glyn M. Blindness and psychological development in young children. Leicester: BPS Books, 1997. 1854332317.

Loumiet, Robin & Levack, Nancy. Independent living: a curriculum with adaptations for students with visual impairments. (2nd ed). Austin: Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired, 1993.

Lovey, Jane. Supporting special educational needs in secondary school classrooms. London: David Fulton Publishers, 1995. 1853463396.

Madden, S. Re:Action: consultation toolkit Edinburgh: Save the Children, 2001.

Murray, Jean & Closs, Alison. Ethos of achievement: whole school approaches to improving performance and celebrating success. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive, 2000. 0953866009.

National Steering Committee. Vision for the future. London: RNIB, 1995. 1858780640.

Newton, Colin & Wilson, Derek. Circles of friends. Dunstable: Folens, 1999. 186202359X.

Pelligrini, Anthony D & Blatchford, Peter. Child at school: interactions with peers and teachers. London: Arnold, 2000. 0340731818.

Sacks, Sharon Z; Kekelis, Linda S; Gaylord-Ross, Robert J. Development of social skills by blind and visually impaired students: exploratory studies and strategies. New York: AFB Press, 1992. 0891282173.

Sacks, Sharon Z & Silberman, Rosanne K. Educating Students who have visual impairments with other disabilities. Baltimore: Paul Brookes Publishing, 1998. 21285-0624

Scottish Office. Taking a closer look at promoting social competence. Edinburgh: Scottish Office, 1998. 0748072241.

Speece, Deborah L & Keogh, Barbara K. Research on classroom ecologies: implications for inclusion of children with learning disabilities. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1996. 0805818979.

Stalker, Kirsten. Supporting disabled children and their families in Scotland: a review of policy research. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation/Findings N90, 2000. Available from http://www.jrf.org.uk/.

Taylor, Gail. My World. Lewes: The Book Guild Ltd, 1997. 185776210X.

Thomas, Gary & Loxley, Andrew. Deconstructing special education and constructing inclusion. Buckingham: Open University Press, 2001. 033520449X.

Vlachou, Anastasia D. Struggles for inclusive education. Buckingham: Open University Press, 1997. 0335197647.

Webster, Alec & Roe, João. Children with visual impairments. Social interaction, language and learning. London: Routledge, 1998. 0415148162.

Woodhead, Martin; Faulkner, Dorothy; Littleton, Karen. Making sense of social development. London: Routledge, 1999. 0415173744.

Videos

Playback. Playback: looking through disability: video resource pack. Edinburgh: Playback, 1999.

Sacks, Sharon Z & Wolffe, Karen E. Focused on assessment techniques. New York: AFB Press, 2000. 0891283269.

Sacks, Sharon Z & Wolffe, Karen E. Focused on importance and need for social skills. New York: AFB Press, 2000. 0891283250.

Sacks, Sharon Z & Wolffe, Karen E. Focused on teaching social skills to visually impaired elementary students. New York: AFB Press, 2000. 0891283285.

Sacks, Sharon Z & Wolffe, Karen E. Focused on teaching social skills to visually impaired preschoolers. New York: AFB Press, 2000. 0891283277.

Stirling: Stirling Council Children’s Services Supporting inclusion by meeting individual needs of children in mainstream settings. Stirling.

Wolffe, Karen E & Sacks, Sharon Z. Focused on social skills for teens and young adults with visual impairments. New York: AFB Press, 2000. 0891283293.

Journal Articles

Abbott, Chris & Cribb, Alan. Special schools, inclusion and the World Wide Web: the emerging research agenda. British Journal of Educational Technology. June 2001, Vol 32 (3), pp331-342.

Aitken, Stuart. Visual and additional impairments: social perspectives and attitudes. British Journal of Visual Impairment. September 1996, Vol 15 (3), p93.

Carey, Kevin. Editorial: Tactics and ethics. British Journal of Visual Impairment. 2001, Vol 19 (1), p3.

McGeever, Monica. Inclusive approach. Visability. Spring 2001, Issue 31, pp28-29.

Morris, Jenny. Social exclusion and young disabled people with high levels of support needs. Critical Social Policy. May 2001, Vol 21 (2), pp161-183.

Rosenblum, L Penny. Perceptions of the impact of visual impairment on the lives of adolescents. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness. July 2000, Vol 94 (7), pp434-445.

Stockley, Jennifer. Teaching social skills to visually impaired students. British Journal of Visual Impairment. 1994, Vol 12 (1), pp11-13.

Swain, John & Cook, Tina. In the name of inclusion: 'We all, at the end of the day, have the needs of the children at heart'. Critical Social Policy. May 2001, Vol 21 (2), pp185-207.

VISSCC. Kids together club. Visability. Spring 2002, No 34, pp 21-22.