Inclusive education is an approach to educating students with special needs that places them into regular classrooms instead of separate, segregated special education classes. Inclusive classrooms are typically set up in a way that allows all students to learn together. This means that a student who requires more specialized instruction might be taught alongside typically developing peers for 50% or more of his or her school day.
Inclusive education is the practice of educating students with special needs alongside their typically developing peers.
Inclusive education is not a new idea. It’s not a fad, trend, or movement; it doesn’t require you to completely rethink your teaching methods or philosophy. It does not require you to become an expert in special education law or learn how to interpret IEPs (Individualized Education Plans). Inclusive education doesn’t require any big changes whatsoever–you can start implementing it today!
Inclusive education is simply about providing all students with access to quality learning experiences regardless of their ability level or disability status. That means that if you are teaching math and one of your students has dyslexia and another has ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), then both will receive modifications based on their unique needs so they can participate equally alongside their peers during the lesson without feeling left out, embarrassed or frustrated by their own limitations
Many students with disabilities receive instruction in special education classes, or are placed in special schools.
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