Publications

Coupe, J., Barton, L., Barber, M., Levy, D., Collins, L. & Murphy, D. [1985] ‘Affective Communication Assessment’ Manchester Education Committee Coupe, J., Barber, M., Murphy, D. [1988] ‘Affective communication’ in J.Coupe & J.Goldbart [eds] ‘Communication Before Speech’ Croom Helm, London

Barber, M. [1994] ‘Contingency awareness: putting research into the classroom’ in J. Coupe O’Kane & B.Smith [eds] In Control David Fulton, London

Barber, M. & Goldbart, J. [1998] ‘Accounting for failure to learn in people with profound and multiple learning disabilities’ in P.Lacey & C.Ouvrey [eds] People with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities [A collaborative approach to meeting complex needs] David Fulton London

Barber, M. [2002] ‘The teacher who mistook his pupil for a nuclear incident: Environmental influences on the learning of people with profound and multiple learning disabilities.’ in P.Farrell and M.Ainscow [eds] Making Special Education Inclusive: From Research to Practice. David Fulton, London

Barber M, Farrell P, Parkinson G. [2002] Evaluation Report of the Speech and Language Therapy Pilot Projects that were supported by 2000 – 2001 Standards Funds. Report by University of Manchester for Department for Education and Skills.[DfES]

Barber, M [2005] Intensive Interaction – some practical issues ECAPSS Newsletter, [Scopevic.org.au].

Barber, M [2007] Creating cultures of Intensive Interaction in Australian Special Schools AGOSCI in Focus

Barber, M [2007] Intensive Interaction: Staying in the grey PMLD LINK [2007]

Barber. M, [2007] Imitation, interaction and dialogue using Intensive Interaction: tea party rules. British Journal of Support for Learning • Volume 22 • Number 3

Barber, M [2008]: Learning to communicate in someone else’s language AGOSCI In Focus [2008] Also published in SER Update Vol 19, 2, June 2009 Special Education Resource Unit S.Australia http://web.seru.sa.edu.au

Barber. M, [2008] “Using Intensive Interaction to add to the ‘palette’ of interactive possibilities in teacher pupil communication” European Journal of Special Needs Education Vol 4 Nov 393-402

Barber M, & Bowen K. [2009] Exploring the envelope of Intensive Interaction Intensive Interaction Australia [Self published DVD training resource]

Barber, M., [2011] Conversations without words’ ‘Disability Now’ Newsletter 2011

Firth, G. & Barber, M.,[2011] ‘How to do Intensive Interaction with a person a social or communication impairment’ Jessica Kingsley Publishers London

Barber, M., [2012] ‘Promoting communication rather than generating data’ in Hewett D [ed][2012] Intensive Interaction; theoretical perspectives SAGE Publications Los Angeles London

Barber, M., [2012] ‘Recording activities and maintaining the processes’ in Hewett D, Firth G, Barber M, Harrison T. [2012] The Intensive Interaction Handbook SAGE Publications Los Angeles London

Teaching Materials

Barber, M. & Goldbart, J. [2000] ‘Unit 5: Communication’ Course title: ‘Interdisciplinary Work with people with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties’. Birmingham University

Barber, M. [2001] ‘Communication’ Distance Learning Course Units 1-15 Profound Learning Disability and Multi Sensory Impairment Programme University of Manchester: Department of Educational Support & Inclusion

Barber, M. [2002] ‘Special Education’ Distance Learning Course Units 1-10 Profound Learning Disability and Multi Sensory Impairment Programme University of Manchester: Department of Educational Support & Inclusion

Barber M (2012) [unpublished] PMLD Complex Needs Resource

Professional Publications

Barber, M. [1993] ‘The use of cognition and communication theories in the classroom’ in SLD Experience 7

Barber, M., [2001] ‘The Affective Communication Assessment; An owners manual’ PMLD Link

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