Inclusion in the Classroom
A review of the inclusive classroom theory, aimed at helping children with learning disabilities reach their full potential.
# 90926 | 1,350 words | 9 sources | 2006 |
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Education (Development Studies) , Education (Special) , Education (Social Issues) , Education (General) , Child, Youth Issues (General)
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The paper explores the concerns of a number of researchers that the inclusive classroom is something for which the current education system is ill-prepared to facilitate (at least properly) and the paper also considers the argument of nay-sayers that the inclusive classroom creates the potential for damaging disruptions. On the other hand, the paper looks at those who favor the inclusive classroom and substantiates their favorable opinion by examining the emotional and (especially) scholastic benefits to LD students because of placement in an inclusive classroom.
From the Paper:"The following paper will examine eight scholarly sources which explore whether or not inclusive classrooms that permit learning-disabled children to learn alongside unimpaired children is worth the considerable cost of training and equipping teachers to address the special needs of these young people. As one might expect in an issue of this complexity, both sides of the debate must examined. Consequently, the first half of the paper will explore the difficulties that the inclusive classroom creates - at least in the considered view of critics."
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