Teacher Interviews On Inclusion Analytical Essay by Top Papers

Teacher Interviews On Inclusion
A look at teachers' attitudes about inclusion in the classroom.
# 143312 | 750 words | 1 source | APA | 2009 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2009 in Education (Special)

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This paper includes a summary of interviews with a general education teacher and a special education teacher that reports their attitudes toward the inclusion of children with special academic needs and behavior needs in the general education classroom. The report includes discussion and examples of adaptations made by each of the students in areas addressing behavior and academics.

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"Teachers form communities of practice focused on teaching and learning in classrooms that increasingly include a wide variety of learning styles and types of learners. Over the last three decades there has been a governmental emphasis on having students with special needs included in the regular classroom rather than being segregated in special education settings (Norwich, 2008, p. 32). As a result of the federal mandates for inclusion, teachers are required more and more to accommodate learners with special needs in the areas of academics and behavioral skills. As to be expected, the teacher reactions and responses to these demands span a..."

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