Special Teaching in Higher Education: Successful Strategies for Access and Inclusion

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Index

a
Aaron, PG 122 , 137
Abe, D 205 , 210
Able Sdentist/Technologist;
Disabled Person100 , 102
able student, disabled person see physical disabilities-access to courses in HE
Acts of Parliament (UK)
Copyright (Visually Impaired Persons) Bill 52
Disability Act 7
Disability Discrimination Act (1995) 8 , 20 , 101 , 108
Education Act (Curriculum 2000) 99
Human Rights Act (1998) 19
Special Education Needs and Disabled People Act (2002) 109
Special Educational Needs and Disability Rights Act (2000) 20
Special Needs and Disability Act (2001) 8 , 37 , 49 , 50
Special Educational Needs and Disability Act (2001) 132
Agnihotri, R K 145 , 158
Alarcon, M 124 , 138
Anderson, J 21 , 33
Annino, P 30 , 34
Asperger's syndrome 3 - 4
see also autism and Asperger's syndrome
assistive technology see communications and information technology for disabled students
Atkinson, K 91 , 93
Australia 21 - 27 , 28
see also legal cases
Department of Employment, Education and Training (DEET) 21 , 34
autism and Asperger's syndrome 159 -76
case study-Asperger's syndrome 159 -60
further reading 176
introduction 160 -62
references 175
resources 175
students in higher education 162 -64
advantages arising from autism 162 -64
numbers of 162
summary and acknowledgements 174
autism/Asperger's syndrome students:
strategies for access/inclusion 164 -74
curriculum, coping with the 169 -73
coursework 171
exams 171 -72
extracurricular campus life 172 -73
hypersensitivity 169 -70
lectures and seminars 169 -71
diversity of needs 164 -66
gaining access to HE 166 -67
settling into HE 168 -69
Buddy systems 168
orientation 168
prosopagnosia 168
university facilities 168 -69
transition from HE to the workplace 173 -74
Autistic Society, National 165
Currently Prospects service 165

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