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    What Is Inclusion

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    What is inclusion ? Inclusive education is concerned with the education and accommodation of all children within the classroom‚ regardless of their physical‚ intellectual‚ social‚ or linguistic deficits. Inclusion should also include children from disadvantaged groups‚ of all races and cultures as well as the gifted and the disabled (UNESCO‚ 2003). Inclusion tries to reduce exclusion within the education system by tackling‚ responding to and meeting the different needs of all learners (Booth‚ 1996)

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    Diversity and Inclusion

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    Thinking About Diversity and Inclusion Dimensions of Cultural Diversity According to Andresen (2007)‚ there are three main dimensions of diversity within a person’s personality‚ which are organizational‚ external‚ and internal dimensions. First‚ organizational dimensions start at the functional level. Second‚ external dimensions are based from experience. Third‚ are the internal dimensions‚ which are based on personal issues (p. 745). An organizational dimension of diversity includes

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    Inclusion Model

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    initiative led to the inclusion of special education students in regular education classrooms. The Federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and its amendments make it clear that students with disabilities will be educated in mainstream or inclusion classrooms. Inclusion can be defined as providing specially designed instruction with classroom supports for students with special needs in the regular classroom setting. All schools across the country are now using the inclusion model. There are

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    Path For Inclusion

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    The article I read was called “Clearing a Path for Inclusion: Distributing Leadership in a High Performing Elementary School” written by David E. DeMatthews. The article is about a year long study of Dewey Elementary School which is a school known for inclusion of all students and high-performance all across the board. The article’s main question was how was Dewey Elementary School able to be an inclusive school while also attaining phenomenal test scores? It all starts with the idea of distributing

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    Concepts of Inclusion

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    Concept of Inclusion Sylvia Leggett ESC: 315 Survey of Exceptional Students Instructor: Karree Fah September 26‚ 2011 In order to be effective utilizing inclusion we must have an idea of what that concept implies. Inclusion has been called many things down through the years in the educational realm. It has gone from being called the least restrictive environment to mainstreaming‚ to integration and now inclusion. Inclusion “is used to refer to the commitment to educate each child‚ to the

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    Inclusion In Ptlls

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    treating equally and fairly‚ needs of learners to be met‚ learners need to attend‚ participate and feel safe and valued‚ abilities and needs recognised. In Mary Francis and Jim Gould s book Achieving your PTLLS Award‚ their definition of inclusion is the process of making learners feel that they are fully part of the learning and social environment. After the initial assessment‚ ice breakers and ground rules have been put in place a short test may be used for example a multiple intelligence

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    Diversity and Inclusion

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    Diversity and Inclusion Diversity is way more than what meets the eye. Just by looking at this picture most people would say that it is a group of African American women standing together and that no diversity exists. However what most people fail to realize is that diversity surpasses an individual race and skin tone. In this picture you have Jasmine who loves children and is studying to be a child psychologist. Then you have Kayla who enjoys horseback riding and the outside life. Next you have

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    Full Inclusion Classroom

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    The Inclusion Classroom Peggy Siegel EDU 304 Introduction to Education Instructor Zlatanov March 12‚ 2012 The Inclusion Classroom The word inclusion has been given many different definitions. There is full inclusion and partial inclusion‚ full inclusion is where all students are in a regular fulltime classroom‚ regardless of their disability or the severity of their condition. Partial inclusion is defined as the situation in which disabled students are removed from regular classrooms and

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    Promoting Inclusion within the Classroom Isaac Roberts EDU 280-1002 University of Nevada‚ Las Vegas Author Note This paper was prepared for EDU 280‚ section 1001‚ taught by Dr. Levitt. The controversial topic of inclusion is a major issue within classrooms all over our nation today. Inclusive class settings‚ of course‚ blend students with disabilities into the general education classrooms with regular general education students. There are definitely many angles to view this

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    Inclusion is a key priority within Scottish education. What do you understand the concept of ‘an inclusive school’ to involve‚ and what are its implications for you as an individual teacher? This essay examines the concept of inclusion and its current meaning for Scottish education. Initially‚ I will look at how the concept of inclusion is defined and the rationale for inclusive education. I will then focus on the history of inclusion‚ whilst examining the differences between integration and

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