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School-Parent Collaborations in Indigenous Communities

Providing Services for Children with Disabilities

Manor-Binyamini, Iris

2014, XXVI, 198 p. 12 illus., 4 illus. in color.

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  • ​Examines theory, practice, and complexities of school-parent collaboration in indigenous communities
  • Provides 21 research-based practice principles for indigenous collaboration
  • Offers the first case study of school-parent collaboration for children with special needs within a Bedouin community
  • Presents characteristics shared by children with special needs in indigenous communities around the world​

Poverty. Lack of social support. Limited access to education. High risk for health problems. Indigenous communities face an inordinate number of hardships. But when children have special needs, these problems multiply exponentially, making existing difficulties considerably worse.

School-Parent Collaborations in Indigenous Communities: Providing Services for Children with Disabilities begins with an in-depth overview of indigenous experience and psychology, and situates disabilities within the contexts of indigenous communities and education services. The pilot study at the core of the book, conducted among the Bedouins of southern Israel, shows this knowledge in action as special education personnel engage parents in interventions for their children. Going beyond facile concepts of cultural sensitivity, the model recasts professionals as cultural mediators between school and family. This practice-oriented information has the potential to improve not only the well-being of children and families, but of the greater community as well.

Featured in the coverage:

  • Unique characteristics of indigenous communities and children with disabilities.
  • Psychological models of reactions to disability.
  • Benefits of multidisciplinary teams.
  • Factors affecting collaboration between indigenous parents of children with disabilities and school professionals.
  • Core principles of indigenously attuned collaboration.
  • An extended case study on collaboration between parents of children with disabilities and school professionals in a Bedouin community.

School-Parent Collaborations in Indigenous Communities is a breakthrough resource for researchers, graduate students, and professionals working with special needs children in child and school psychology, international and comparative education, social work, cross-cultural psychology, public health, and educational psychology.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » 21 Principles of Indigenously Inclined Collaboration - American and Alaskan Indians - Australian Aborigines - Bedouin community in the Negev - Bio-piracy and the threat to indigenous rights and culture - Children with special needs

Related subjects » Child & School Psychology - Community Psychology - Education & Language - Psychology - Public Health - Social Sciences

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