Inclusion Research Paper by hicaliber

This paper discusses inclusive learning environments for students with special needs.
# 95846 | 2,998 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2007 | US

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In this article, the writer notes that the manner and process in which special needs children receive education in school settings has emerged in recent years as a concern for parents, teachers and policy-makers alike. The writer points out that a method of teaching disabled children that has received a widespread amount of attention is the concept of inclusion. As a result, inclusive classrooms have become a topic of debate, and many educators and parents have raised important points about the advantages and disadvantages of these classrooms. This paper examines the inclusive learning environment for special needs junior high and high school students. Further, the writer discusses the success of this method, taking into consideration the strategies and statistics of this teaching method.

The Inclusive Learning Environment
Case Studies
Benefits of Inclusion
The Effectiveness of Inclusion
Arguments Against Inclusion

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Barnett, K. & McCormick, J. (2004). Leadership and Individual Principal-Teacher Relationships in Schools. Educational Administration Quarterly 40(3): 406-434.
  • National Association of State Boards of education. (1992). Winners all: A call for inclusive Schools. Alexandria, VA.
  • Price, Mayfield, McFadden & March. (2001). Collaborative Teaching: Special Education For Inclusive Classrooms. Parrot Publishing.
  • Smelter, R., Rasch, B. & Yudewitz, G. (1996). Thinking of inclusion for special needs Students? Better think again. School Board Journal, January/February.
  • Southwest Educational development Laboratory. (1995). Inclusion: The Pros and Cons. Issues...About Change, 4(3).

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