COMING SOON: 'Enhancing wellbeing and independence for young people with profound and multiple learning difficulties: Lives Lived Well.' (Routledge, 2021) www.routledge.pub/EWI
'Inclusion is Dead; Long Live Inclusion'. https://www.routledge.com/Inclusion-is-Dead-Long-Live-Inclusion/Imray-Colley/p/book/9781138241596
Personalised Learning for Young People with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers on June 28th 2013. Order a copy on Amazon or via Jessica Kingsley Publishers Ltd.
Andrew Colley was senior lecturer in special education at the University of East London, Cass School of Education and Communities from 2015 - 2019 and is currently an occasional lecturer at The University of Suffolk. He has Masters Degrees in special education from the Universities of Birmingham (2013) and Cambridge (2020). He has a particular interest in improving outcomes for young people with severe and profound or multiple learning difficulties. He is the author with Peter Imray of 'Inclusion is dead: long live inclusion' (Routledge, 2017), and the author of 'Personalised Learning for Young People with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties' (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2013) and 'Silent Rituals of the Mind' (Chipmunka Publishers, 2010). His article 'To what extent have learners with severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties been excluded from the policy and practice of inclusive education' has recently been published in The International Journal of Inclusive Education. His latest book 'Enhancing wellbeing and independence for young people with profound and multiple learning difficulties: Lives Lived Well.' will be published by Routledge at the end of September 2021.
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