Posts Tagged ‘disabled students’

The Pros And Cons Of Full Inclusion of Disabled Students, Part II

Posted on October 18th, 2012, by kelebek

There is a great number of disabled kids and disabled students around the country, who are in need of care and aspire to achieving success in this life. Most of them understand that receiving a good education and not living their life away from the society are the key factors of happiness. At the same […]

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The Pros And Cons Of Full Inclusion of Disabled Students

Posted on October 6th, 2012, by kelebek

There are many advantages of inclusion of disabled students for normal children of the classroom. First of all, this is a good opportunity for them to learn more and to get familiar with disabled people, to observe their life and problems, to see the way they are struggling and trying to reach success. Therefore, disabled […]

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Is Full Inclusion of Disabled Students Desirable?

Posted on September 17th, 2012, by kelebek

Disabled students represent an important minority in our social educational system; they require extra care and attention during all their period of study. As federal legislation envisages, more and more disabled students are being educated in regular classrooms. But can such an inclusion be effective way for them? Full inclusion means the assignment of disabled […]

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