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How Inclusion Affects Learning. By: Courtney Stratton, Michelle Santoro, Mary Hancock. Inclusion . The idea that all children, including those with disabilities of, health, physical, developmental, and emotional, should and can learn in a regular classroom. . With Special Needs Community

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How inclusion affects learning

How Inclusion Affects Learning

By: Courtney Stratton, Michelle Santoro,

Mary Hancock


Inclusion
Inclusion

  • The idea that all children, including those with disabilities of, health, physical, developmental, and emotional, should and can learn in a regular classroom.


Benefits

With Special Needs

Community

Role models

Friendships

Communication

Natural setting

Self-Respect

Without Disabilities

Appreciation for uniqueness

Respect for diversity

Ability to make a difference

Small scale society

Cooperation

Benefits


Drawbacks

With Special Needs

Doesn't always meet students needs

Specific technology

Require numerous teachers

Need specialized training

“Dumped”

May not feel accepted

Without Disabilities

Lower achievement

Frustration

Disruption

Drawbacks


Movie
Movie

  • 2 case studies

  • Joshua

    • Elementary student with Autism

  • Greg

    • Middle/High School Student with ADHD


Activities
Activities

  • Activity #1

    • Drawback of Inclusion

  • Activity #2

    • Benefit of Inclusion


Maslow hierarchy of needs
Maslow Hierarchy of Needs

  • How does inclusion fall within the hierarchy?


Piaget stages of development
Piaget Stages of Development

  • Sensorimotor

  • Preoperational

  • Concrete operations

  • Formal operations


Multiple intelligences
Multiple Intelligences

  • Developed by Howard Gardner

  • Human potential beyond IQ score

  • 7 intelligences

    • Linguistic

    • Logical-Mathematical

    • Spatial

    • Bodily-Kinesthetic

    • Musical

    • Interpersonal

    • Intrapersonal


Works cited
Works Cited

  • Armstrong, Thomas. Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom. Alexandria, VA: Associtation for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 1994.

  • Fetsco, Thomas, and McClure John. Educational Psycology. Boston, New York, San Francisco: Persons Education, Inc. , 2005.

  • Lerner, Janet. Learning Disabilities Theories, Diagnosis, and Teaching Strategies. 8. New York : Houghton Mifflin Company, 2000.

  • Mazurek, Kas, and M. A. Winzer. Special Education in the 21st Century : Issues of Inclusion and Reform. New York: Gallaudet UP, 2000.

  • Pfeiffer, Steven I., and Linda A. Reddy, eds. Inclusion Practices with Special Needs : Education, Training and Application. New York: Haworth P, Incorporated, The, 2000.


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