Research Publications for David R Mitchell

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  • Moltzen, R., & Mitchell, D. (2000). A professional development programme that's all inclusive. In A New Millenium - A Gifted Future: 6th Asia-Pacific Conference on Giftedness. Conference held at Beijing, China.

  • Mitchell, D., & Hendy, V. (2000). Quality of life. In Transactions in the mid-life family (pp. 79-91). Hamilton: Population Association of New Zealand.

  • Koopman-Boyden, P. G., Dharmalingam, A., Grant, B. C., Hendy, V. E., Hillcoat-Nalletamby, S., Mitchell, D. R., . . . Thompson, S. M. (2000). Transactions in the Mid-life Family. Monograph Series No.1 of the Population Association of New Zealand, 1(.), 1-183.

  • Mitchell, D., & Hendy, V. (2000). Giving and receiving care. In Transactions in the mid-life family (pp. 67-78). Hamilton: Population Association of New Zealand.

  • Mitchell, D. (2000). Policies and systems for students with special educational needs. In D. Fraser, R. Moltzen, & K. Ryba (Eds.), Learners with Special Needs in Aotearoa New Zealand (pp. 29-49). Palmerston North: Dunmore Press.

  • Moltzen, R., & Mitchell, D. (2000). A professional development programme that's all-inclusive. In Including the Excluded: The International Special Education Congress 2000. Conference held at Manchester.

  • Mitchell, D., & Hendy, V. (2000). Types and causes of long-term conditions or health problems. In Transactions in the mid-life family (pp. 53-66). Hamilton: Population Association of New Zealand.

  • Mitchell, D. (1999). Special education in New Zealand: a decade of change. New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 34(1), 199-210.

  • Mitchell, D. (1998). Education for students with special educational needs in New Zealand. In Ioya Toshio (Ed.), Research Report: Development and validation of instructional methods and support systems for students with learning difficulties (pp. 81-98). Yokusuka, Japan: National Institute of Special Education.

  • Mitchell, D., & Winslade, J. (1998). Developmental systems and narrative approaches to working with families of persons with disabilities. In Brown Roy (Ed.), Quality of life for people with disabilities: models, research and practice. (2nd edition). (pp. 151-182). Cheltenham: Stanley Thornes.

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