Research Outputs

Publications:

  • Alves, I., Fazzi, L., & Griffo, G. (2010). Human Rights, Persons with Disabilities, ICF and the Convention on the rights
    of persons with disabilities – Training toolkit. Lamezia Terme: Comunita Edizioni.
  • Alves, I., Fazzi, L., & Griffo, G. (2012). Human rights, UN convention and the international classification of
    functioning, disability and health: collecting data on persons with disabilities? Am J Phys Med Rehabil, 91(suppl),
    S159-S162.
  • Maxwell, G., Alves, I., & Granlund, M. (2012). Participation and environmental aspects in education and the ICF and
    the ICF-CY: Findings from a systematic literature review. Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 15 (1), 63-78.
  • Moretti, M., Alves, I., & Maxwell, G. (2012). A systematic literature review of the situation of the International
    Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health and the International Classification of Functioning, Disability,
    and Health – Children and Youth Version in education: a useful tool or a flight of fancy? Am J Phys Med Rehabil,
    91(suppl), S103-S117.
  • Alves, I., Andreasson, I., Karlsson, Y., Miles, S. (Accepted) Constructions of student identity in talk and text: A focus
    on special educational needs in Sweden and England, In Dyson, A., Beach, D. (Eds.) On Education Equity in
    England and Sweden, Tufnell Press

Dissertations and Thesis:

  • Alves, I. F. (2005). ‘They gradually stop crying after two weeks’: Issues in Teaching Portuguese as a second
    language in Portugal – Case Study. MA in Language, Ethnicity and Education. Masters Dissertation, King’s
    College London. UK.
  • Alves, I. F. (2007). The effects of phonological awareness, letter knowledge and orthographic depth in reading
    acquisition development – evidences from European Portuguese. MA in Special and Inclusive Education
    (Inclusion and Disability). Masters Dissertation, Institute of Education, University of London. UK.
  • Alves, I. F. (2014). Responding to diversity, constructing difference: A comparative case-study of individual planning
    in schools in England and Portugal. PhD in Education. PhD Thesis, University of Manchester. UK

PhD related presentations:

  • 07/2010 University of Manchester Student Research Conference 2010, Paper presentation: Individual planning and
    the construction of Educational Difference: a comparative study between schools in England and Portugal
  • 09/2010 Methods Fair, University of Manchester, Poster Presentation Awarded Special prize: Individual planning and
    the construction of educational difference: a cross-national comparative study
    (http://www.methods.manchester.ac.uk/events/2010-09-29/posters/index.shtml)
  • 09/2011 BERA 2011 Conference, London: Who needs individual planning? A cross-national comparative study on
    the construction of educational difference
  • 09/2011 ECER 2011 (European Conference on Educational Research), Berlin: Who Needs Individual Planning? A
    Cross-National Comparative Study on the Construction of Educational Difference
  • 02/2012 ‘Research Matters’ seminars at The University of Manchester: Individual planning and the construction of
    educational difference: a cross-national comparative study
    (http://www.education.manchester.ac.uk/research/reasearchmattersseminars/).
  • 09/2012 BERA 2012 Conference, Manchester: What do we do with “those non-average” pupils? – a case study of
    individual planning and provision in England; and A cross-national comparative study in England and Portugal
    through a nested case-study approach – methodological considerations
  • 09/2014 ECER 2014 Conference, Porto: Responding To Diversity, Constructing Difference: A Comparative CaseStudy Of Individual Planning In Schools In England And Portugal (http://www.eera-ecer.de/ecerprogrammes/conference/19/contribution/30589/)

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