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  • 1. Inclusion
  • 2. InclusionThe Program Purpose
    • Provides opportunities for students with learning disabilities (LD) to be educated with same-age peers
    • 3. Give a sense of belonging to the diverse human family
    • 4. Enables development of friendships among peers
    • 5. Helps teachers recognize that all students have strengths
  • Qualification Requirements
    Things an inclusion teacher need to know about the Special Education (SE) students in his/her classroom:
    Basic information on the Individual Educational Program (IEP) goals
    The name of the student
    Required modifications
    Information on the student’s strengths and weakness
    Specific disability the student has
  • 6. Legal Requirements
    Some legal requirements that has been
    enforced by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) are:
    Teachers required to follow modification(s) on students’ (IEP)
    LD students educated in regular classrooms, unless supplementary aids and services cannot be achieved satisfactory
  • 7. Legal Requirements of Inclusion
    Serving all students with special needs in regular class
    Full inclusion
    Self contained classroom
  • 8. Legal and Instructional Requirements
    Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
    This law challenges regular education teachers and forces public schools to place those students in the least restrictive environment possible. Schools have a responsibility to try to include students with disabilities in a regular classroom
  • 9. Instructional Methods and Strategies
    Adapt the number of items that the learner is expected to learn or complete
    Adapt the time allotted and allowed for learning, task completion, or testing
    Increase the amount of personal assistance with a specific learner, such as teaching assistants
    Adjust the way instruction is delivered to the learner, in particular the use of different visual aids, planning more concrete examples, and providing hands-on activities, and placing students in cooperative groups
  • 10. Instructional Methods and Strategies
    The skill level, problem type, or the rules on how the learner may approach the work must be adapted for instruction
    Some teachers may have to adapt how the student can respond to instruction, such as answering questions in writing, allowing a verbal response, use a communication book for some students, and allowing students to show knowledge with hands-on materials
    Adapt the extent to which a learner is actively involved in the task; adapt the goals or outcome expectations while using the same materials and provide different instruction and materials to meet a student's individual goals
  • 11. Integrating Special Needs
    Mainstream
    Inclusion
    Full Inclusion
  • 12. Comfortable Mainstream Setting
    Cooperative learning strategies
    Team teaching skills
    Collaborating team building
    Individualizing instruction
    Mastery learning
    Identifying
    Adapting to different learning styles