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Special children in regular classrooms mainstreaming skills for teachers by Charlotte Epstein

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Published by Reston Pub. Co. in Reston, VA .
Written in English



  • United States.


  • Children with disabilities -- Education -- United States.,
  • Mainstreaming in education -- United States.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementCharlotte Epstein.
LC ClassificationsLC4031 .E67 1984
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 253 p. ;
Number of Pages253
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3171595M
ISBN 100835970442
LC Control Number83013788

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Inclusion is another term for "mainstreaming," or merging special education with regular education classes. The goal of inclusion is for all children with disabilities to attend "typical" schools and classrooms and receive the support they need to be successful.   When a regular classroom teacher perceives the child with special needs coming into her classroom as an asset, the teacher’s willingness to work hard to help her succeed will be greater than if she perceives that student as a liability who will only add to her burdens in the classroom. learn together in a regular classroom. Inclusive education concentrates on implementing best practices for children with special needs within the regular classroom. Within inclusive classrooms, all children have the chance to interact with and learn from their peers. Inclusive environments can provide opportunities for children with autism. WITH SPECIAL NEEDS IN THE CLASSROOM In-service Teacher Training Course teachers on how to include and teach children with special needs in regular classrooms. More emphasis has been given to children with disabilities, over Case Studies of Children with Special Needs (25 minutes) 1. Trainer tells trainees to get into groups of Size: KB.

  Researchers have found the practice of educating children with special needs in regular classes helps to improve the language skills of preschoolers with disabilities. This book provides teachers with an immediate and comprehensive source of practical ideas for use in regular classrooms. The author has drawn upon his own teaching experience and upon research to identify well tried and tested approaches covering basic academic skills improvement, behaviour management, social skills development and curriculum adaption. Inclusive Education Is A Worldwide Movement Aiming To Create One Education System That Values All Children To Devise A Classroom That Welcomes All Children Irrespective Of Disability, Community Background, Sexuality, Ethnic Background Etc. The Current Conceptualization Of Children With Special Needs Has Replaced The Negative Labels Of The Past Which Called Disabled Children Reviews: 1. with special needs into 2 regular p rivate element ary schools in Sidon-Lebanon. A total of 15 parents were interviewed out of 35 whose children have learning di sabilities.