Search results for: Inclusive education
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The authors describe inclusive education as a political vision in Norway. The article describes one teacher's inclusive education experience in a classroom with several children with special needs. The case focuses on her helping her classroom and one particular student with behavioral problems go through the necessary transitions.
Updated: Mar. 04, 2008
The effect of school-based practice on student teachers' attitudes towards inclusive education in Northern Ireland
The study aimed at exploring attitudes of preservice teachers toward inclusive education in Northern Ireland. The study employed a survey of attitudes towards a range of issues related to the topic. Findings indicate positive attitudes towards the principles of inclusion. However teachers also showed strong attachment to current organizational structure.
Updated: Feb. 26, 2008
The article describes the first year's implementation of a project, featuring an enhanced curriculum and field experience in inclusive classrooms. The initiative was developed by Northern Illinois University, and participants of the program receive intensive preparation and assistance, in terms of assistive technologies, behavioral assessment, and development of lesson plans.
Updated: Jan. 02, 2008