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- What are different strategies of inclusive education? by lucia

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The strategies used in inclusive education

The strategies used in inclusive education The major objective of inclusive education is the correlation of the school to the special needs of the children with various disabilities.

Among the advantages of the inclusive school is the optimization of the quality of the education by increasing the number of the students who had a progressive evolution in school.

The strategies used in inclusive education are:

1. Daily experiences of the children with special needs are used for making them to explain in simple words what characteristics have some of the objects which they find in their proximity;

2. Previous knowledge are used for solving new problems like: ordering in different categories objects based on their color, form, or length.

3. The research procedure is materialized by:

- the work in pairs, or in groups; the members of a group are reading individually one paragraph and after that they put one to another questions. This operation is repeating until the end.
- the work with all the children, who read one-two paragraphs and they put the questions to the teacher

4. Permanent colaboration with every family who has a child with disabilities and using the resources for sustain their learning

5. Developing of the educational activities based on cooperation, negotiation and socialization

Inclusive education is claimed by its advocates to have many benefits for the students. Instructional time with peers without need helps the learners to learn strategies taught by the teacher. Teachers bring in different ways to teach a lesson for special needs students and peers without need. All of the students in the classroom benefit from this. The students can now learn from the lesson how to help each other. Socialization in the school allows the students to learn communication skills and interaction skills from each other. Students can build friendships from these interactions. The students can also learn about hobbies from each other.
A friendship in school is important for the development of learning. When a student has a friend the student can relate to a member of the classroom. Students' being able to relate to each other gives them a better learning environment. Involving peers without need with special needs peers gives the students a positive attitude towards each other.
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Category: Education  - ( Education Archive)

Date Added: 16 January '08

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