        THE RIGHT TO A GOOD    EDUCATION. INCLUSIVITY,    BEHAVIOUR AND DIVERSITY CAN    BE MAJOR FACTORS. Monika Yang
Diversity, inclusivity andbehaviour are factors thatimpact teaching and learning.
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What happens to the students thatlearndifferently????
Department of early childhood development. (2010). Understanding the needs of students from lowsocio-economic backgrounds....
The Right to Learn. THe Right to Teach.The Inclusivity and Diversity Factors.
The Right to Learn. THe Right to Teach.The Inclusivity and Diversity Factors.
The Right to Learn. THe Right to Teach.The Inclusivity and Diversity Factors.
The Right to Learn. THe Right to Teach.The Inclusivity and Diversity Factors.
The Right to Learn. THe Right to Teach.The Inclusivity and Diversity Factors.
The Right to Learn. THe Right to Teach.The Inclusivity and Diversity Factors.
The Right to Learn. THe Right to Teach.The Inclusivity and Diversity Factors.
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The Right to Learn. THe Right to Teach.The Inclusivity and Diversity Factors.

  1. 1.  THE RIGHT TO A GOOD EDUCATION. INCLUSIVITY, BEHAVIOUR AND DIVERSITY CAN BE MAJOR FACTORS. Monika Yang
  2. 2. Diversity, inclusivity andbehaviour are factors thatimpact teaching and learning.
  3. 3. .
  4. 4. What happens to the students thatlearndifferently????
  5. 5. Department of early childhood development. (2010). Understanding the needs of students from lowsocio-economic backgrounds. Retrieved on 21st of December, 2011, fromhttp://www.education.vic.gov.au/management/schooloperations/equity/disadvantage.htmHandricks, Helen. (2011). (personal communication, December, 15th, 2011)Kirk, D.J. & Jones, T.L. (2004). Effective schools. Retrieved on 26th of December, 2011, from,https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=cache:PO4A1RGvxOQJ:www.pearsonassessments.com/NR/rdonlyres/AE0CB466-32E1-4CDD-8B64-11A595251F7A/0/EffectiveSchools_Final.pdf+effective+schools-Kirk+and+Jones&hl=en&gl=au&pid=bl&srcid=ADGEESgJKv7d6KAqkoiMz_59lXunq2xPSIzK7g282vlmxXn4cDVkbbaIUZl4W0uTDMqDunVBGH1nKPzLxMWYwOEGlbNI_51-OWzC-ncvndRTpIayhmFtwWjqPUUiUJxk3yWueI-mz5gj&sig=AHIEtbS_tJ7kWSMdPPOmXNhYQhWjWfjQswMărgăriţoiu, Alina. (2010). Inclusive education – key aspects, dilemmas and controversies. Retrievedon 8th of December, 2011, from,http://content.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.usq.edu.au/pdf25_26/pdf/2010/8UVC/01Sep10/59574184.pdf?T=P&P=AN&K=59574184&S=R&D=a9h&EbscoContent=dGJyMNXb4kSeprU4wtvhOLCmr0me9K9SsK64S7CWxWXS&Contentcustomer=dGJyMPPn833j5LmF39%2FsU%2BPe7Yvy

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