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FOREWORD INTRODUCTION 1. The Manual 2. Developing Quality in Professional Practice 3. Principles of Good Practice 4. Organisation of the Manual5. How to Use the Manual PART 1: SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS IN SCOTLAND: POLICY AND LEGISLATION1. The Policy Framework2. The Legal Framework3. International Statements on Inclusion 4. Involving Children, Young Persons and Parents5. Effective Provision for Special Educational Needs (EPSEN)PART 2: KEY AREAS IN PROFESSIONAL PRACTICEA: WORKING TOGETHER A1: Involving Children and Young PersonsA2: Parents as PartnersA3: The Contribution of the Voluntary Sector A4: Working with Health Services A5: Towards an Inclusive SchoolA6: The Support ServicesA7: The Role of the Local Authority B: PROVIDING AN APPROPRIATE CURRICULUM B1: Learning and Teaching B2: Planning the Curriculum: Individualised Educational Programmes (IEP) B3: Support for Learning C: MAKING DECISIONS CONCERNING CHILDREN AND YOUNG PERSONS WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDSC1: Pre-school Years: EPSEN Steps 1-9 C2: School Years: EPSEN Steps 1-2C3: School Years: EPSEN Steps 3-4 C4: School Years: EPSEN Steps 5-8 : The Process of Assessment & Recording of Record of Needs (RoN) C5: The Content of the Record of NeedsC6: Future Needs Assessment (FNA)Appendix: Matrix from Interchange 40: Criteria for Opening Record of Needs ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
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