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03/30/14
Inclusion: A Developmental Approach In
Education For All Through Revamping
Teacher Education
presented By: Ms. ...
03/30/14
Need to Focus
Ensuring Education for all is a stated priority of
the country Education System as reflected in
UNE...
03/30/14
Education to All as fundamental right
in Indian constitution
Constitutional and Legal Obligations
Persons With
Disabilities Act,
1995
Educate CWSN
in an
appropriate
environment
till 1...
5
steps from Exclusion to Inclusion :
Education for All
• .
Inclusive Education
Education from Inclusive
Lens
.
• .
FEATURES
OF
INCLUSIVE
EDUCATION
CHILDREN
HAVE
DIVERSIFIED
NEEDS UNIQUENESS OF
THE CHILD
REUIRES
CONTINUOUS
SUPPORT A...
03/30/14
What does a Child needs?
03/30/14
How to Ensure Inclusion in
Education ?
• . Revamping Teacher Education for
Ensuring Inclusion
03/30/14
03/30/14
Teacher Education
• .Teacher development has to be the heart of
initiatives for developing inclusive practices i...
03/30/14
Teacher preparation programmes
need to focus on :
• strong commitment of teacher to his/her
community.
• promotes...
strong commitment of teacher to
his/her community
• The Teacher Preparation Programme should
include subjects with high so...
promotes learning strategies for
all
• In order to illustrate the individual differences
in the classroom, the tridimensio...
collaborative work
• . Inclusion is funded on a collective of teachers,
a team sharing knowledge, making decisions,
solvin...
interpretative and critical
paradigms
• Allowing encounter with others, and the
collective and interpretive insight into
e...
Contextual Preparation
• For teachers to promote inclusive education,
their training should link directly with the
educati...
Cross Categorical/Multi-tiered
formation
• Inclusive education must characterize all
training teacher programs, offering s...
Mentoring.
• New teachers must participate with
experienced teachers at least during the first
two years. This includes di...
• From the above discussion it can be concluded
that for fulfilling the dream of Education for All
it is utmost important ...
Inclusion: A Developmental Approach In Education
For All Through Revamping Teacher
Education --------is possible if
• .
03...
And this can be done by preparing
committed teachers from the initial
stage of Pre-service .
Inclusive Education just=
• .
• Vision + Placement + Support + Resources +
Leadership + 5As (Acceptance, Access,
Adapted C...
03/30/14
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  1. 1. . 03/30/14 Inclusion: A Developmental Approach In Education For All Through Revamping Teacher Education presented By: Ms. Neha Madan Assistant Professor , GRDCE, IP University
  2. 2. 03/30/14 Need to Focus Ensuring Education for all is a stated priority of the country Education System as reflected in UNESCO Declaration on Education for All (UNESCO, 1990), the Dakar Framework (UNESCO, 2000) and the Salamanca Declaration on Inclusive Education (UNESCO, 1994.
  3. 3. 03/30/14 Education to All as fundamental right in Indian constitution
  4. 4. Constitutional and Legal Obligations Persons With Disabilities Act, 1995 Educate CWSN in an appropriate environment till 18 years Free and compulsory education to children, upto 14 years CWSN to be taught by a trained teacher Right to Education Act, 2009 Rehabilitation Council of India Act, 1992 Law, policy, programmes and rights instruments reflect two primary approaches or discourses that treat disability either as an individual pathology or as a social pathology.
  5. 5. 5 steps from Exclusion to Inclusion : Education for All • .
  6. 6. Inclusive Education
  7. 7. Education from Inclusive Lens
  8. 8. . • . FEATURES OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION CHILDREN HAVE DIVERSIFIED NEEDS UNIQUENESS OF THE CHILD REUIRES CONTINUOUS SUPPORT AND ATTENTION DEMANDS FLEXIBILITY IN LEARNING NO FIXED TEACHING STYLE MIXTURE OF VARIOUS MEANS AND MEDIA ALONG WITH STRATEGIES OF COMMUNICATIO NS DIFFERENT ASSESMENT AND EVALUATION
  9. 9. 03/30/14 What does a Child needs?
  10. 10. 03/30/14 How to Ensure Inclusion in Education ?
  11. 11. • . Revamping Teacher Education for Ensuring Inclusion 03/30/14
  12. 12. 03/30/14 Teacher Education • .Teacher development has to be the heart of initiatives for developing inclusive practices in schools (Aniscow, 2003). This necessitates building competencies of all “regular teachers” to deal with diverse population of students and to learn pedagogical strategies that facilitate the learning of all students in their classroom.
  13. 13. 03/30/14 Teacher preparation programmes need to focus on : • strong commitment of teacher to his/her community. • promotes learning strategies for all • collaborative work • interpretative and critical paradigms • Contextual Preparation. • Cross Categorical/Multi-tiered formation. • Mentoring.
  14. 14. strong commitment of teacher to his/her community • The Teacher Preparation Programme should include subjects with high social and community content because they need to be sensitive to the needs of students and the environment. 03/30/14
  15. 15. promotes learning strategies for all • In order to illustrate the individual differences in the classroom, the tridimensional view 1.seeing his/herself as being like all others, 2.also like some others and 3.finally, in some ways unique Inclusion promotes co-operation in the classroom. 03/30/14
  16. 16. collaborative work • . Inclusion is funded on a collective of teachers, a team sharing knowledge, making decisions, solving problems together and generating actions in order to improve the school and to increase the learning for all. Teacher Preparation Programmes need to focus on collaborative work 03/30/14
  17. 17. interpretative and critical paradigms • Allowing encounter with others, and the collective and interpretive insight into environments and circumstances and the development of research activities are fundamental. The inclusive teacher need to have strong skills in action research methods. 03/30/14
  18. 18. Contextual Preparation • For teachers to promote inclusive education, their training should link directly with the educational services in so called contextual professional practices. 03/30/14
  19. 19. Cross Categorical/Multi-tiered formation • Inclusive education must characterize all training teacher programs, offering skills and common benchmarks for everyone regardless of education level to be entered (e.g. Primary, Secondary and High Education). • This versatile training enables various teachers, regardless of their field or level of training, to collaborate and participate in the diversity of educational contexts together.03/30/14
  20. 20. Mentoring. • New teachers must participate with experienced teachers at least during the first two years. This includes dialogue sessions, reviews of situations, decision-making arrangements and work plans, among others to provide the following to the new teacher: intervention (guidance), facilitation (advice), and cooperation (co-responsibility). 03/30/14
  21. 21. • From the above discussion it can be concluded that for fulfilling the dream of Education for All it is utmost important for the teachers to have the power to decide what they are to teach, and how they are to assess the children. As it is the teacher who experiences first hand the difficulties children encounter while negotiating social, cultural and linguistic barriers. 03/30/14
  22. 22. Inclusion: A Developmental Approach In Education For All Through Revamping Teacher Education --------is possible if • . 03/30/14
  23. 23. And this can be done by preparing committed teachers from the initial stage of Pre-service .
  24. 24. Inclusive Education just= • . • Vision + Placement + Support + Resources + Leadership + 5As (Acceptance, Access, Adapted Curriculum, Adapted Assessment, Adapted Teaching) Just make it possible ensure Education for All ! 03/30/14
  25. 25. 03/30/14
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