INCLUSIVE EDUCATION THROUGHODL - SYSTEMDr. HemlataDy. Director, NCDS, IGNOU,Maidan Garhi, New Delhi – 110 068             ...
SCENARIO REGARDINGDISABILITY in india 120 Crore population. 2.1 per cent persons with disabilities. 50,000 trained prof...
INCLUSIVE EDUCATIONDefinition of inclusive education by Donna Lene, Principal ofSenese Inclusive Education for Samoa.“Incl...
Principles of inclusive education   Schools are for every one   All children in school learning together   Appropriate ...
Features of inclusive schools   Equality   Sense of belongingness   Respect for each other   Need based support   div...
INCLUSIVE EDUCATION:STRATEGIES INCLUDE   Adaptations in strategic plans   Policy adaptations   Classroom management   ...
Professionals                          Technicians                                Special Educators /HRD in               ...
Innovations in Inclusive education Initiating training programmes at various level to  accommodate the need of human reso...
Programmes with essential component ofinclusive education Foundation Course on the Education for the Children with Disabi...
COMPONENTS OF TRAININGIncorporated FOR INCLUSIVEEDUCATION Theory    Core Pedagogy Courses    Disability Specific Course...
CONT… Project Work Training on Equipments related to disability Co-curricular / Extra-curricular Art Education / Work ...
MODIFYING OF TRAININGCURRICULUMIndividual need based training components Training on Equipments related to disabilityGro...
MODIFICATION IN TEACHINGSTRATEGIES• Modifications in classroom settings.  – Sitting plan  – Easy accessibility  – Peer gro...
CONT…• Modifications in instructional methods  – Clarity in instructional language  – Use of body language and gestures  –...
OVERCOMING OBSTACLES                       Dr. Hemla
PARTIAL SOLUTIONS                    Dr. Hemla
INCLUSIVE SOLUTIONINCLUSIVESOLUTION                     Dr. Hemla
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  1. 1. INCLUSIVE EDUCATION THROUGHODL - SYSTEMDr. HemlataDy. Director, NCDS, IGNOU,Maidan Garhi, New Delhi – 110 068 Dr. Hemla
  2. 2. SCENARIO REGARDINGDISABILITY in india 120 Crore population. 2.1 per cent persons with disabilities. 50,000 trained professionals. 1.5 lacs professionals required as per IAMR report. RTE Act 1 special educator in each school (around 6 lac teachers required apart from other professionals to provide services to persons with disabilities). Dr. Hemla
  3. 3. INCLUSIVE EDUCATIONDefinition of inclusive education by Donna Lene, Principal ofSenese Inclusive Education for Samoa.“Inclusive education is a process where by the schoolsystems, strategic plans, and policies adapt and change toinclude teaching strategies for a wider more diverse range ofchildren and their families. Inclusive education implicitly meansto identify a child’s learning style and adapt the classroom andteaching strategies to ensure high quality learning outcomes forall members of the class. Every one is important, unique andvalued for their contribution to the school.” Dr. Hemla
  4. 4. Principles of inclusive education Schools are for every one All children in school learning together Appropriate support services No discrimination Valuing diversity Creating welcoming communities Achieving Dr. Hemla
  5. 5. Features of inclusive schools Equality Sense of belongingness Respect for each other Need based support diversity Dr. Hemla
  6. 6. INCLUSIVE EDUCATION:STRATEGIES INCLUDE Adaptations in strategic plans Policy adaptations Classroom management Teaching strategies Curricular adaptations Dr. Hemla
  7. 7. Professionals Technicians Special Educators /HRD in Inclusive Educatorsterms of Service Providers Parents & Community Person with Disability Dr. Hemla
  8. 8. Innovations in Inclusive education Initiating training programmes at various level to accommodate the need of human resources Programmes ranging from certificate to doctoral degree covering variety of target group Providing opportunity for cross disability approach Training in general education components Modifying training strategies Use of technology in education of children in inclusive set up Dr. Hemla
  9. 9. Programmes with essential component ofinclusive education Foundation Course on the Education for the Children with Disabilities (FCED) B. Ed. in Special Education in Mental Retardation, Hearing Impairment and Visual Impairment (BEDSE-MR/HI/VI) M. Ed. in Special Education in Mental Retardation, Hearing Impairment, Visual Impairment and Learning Disability (MEDSE- MR/HI/VI/LD) Post Graduate Professional Diploma in Special Education Mental Retardation, Hearing Impairment and Visual Impairment (PGPDSE- MR/HI/VI) Post Graduate Professional Certificate in Special Education Mental Retardation, Hearing Impairment and Visual Impairment (PGPCSE- MR/HI/VI) Certificate course in early childhood special education enabling Inclusion (CESE) Dr. Hemla
  10. 10. COMPONENTS OF TRAININGIncorporated FOR INCLUSIVEEDUCATION Theory  Core Pedagogy Courses  Disability Specific Courses  Subject Teaching Psychology Practical Core Training in Teaching Skills Teaching Practice Subject-Based Lessons Disability Specific Lessons Inclusive Education Lessons Dr. Hemla
  11. 11. CONT… Project Work Training on Equipments related to disability Co-curricular / Extra-curricular Art Education / Work Education Basic Computers & Computer Aided Instructions Micro Teaching Skills Dissertation Case Studies Dr. Hemla
  12. 12. MODIFYING OF TRAININGCURRICULUMIndividual need based training components Training on Equipments related to disabilityGroup training components.General subject teaching components.Training components for Inclusive classrooms.Modifications for co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.Project based training for society awareness. Dr. Hemla
  13. 13. MODIFICATION IN TEACHINGSTRATEGIES• Modifications in classroom settings. – Sitting plan – Easy accessibility – Peer grouping – Orientation of classroom settings• Content modifications. – Simplifying the content – Breaking content into small steps – Substitutions and deletion of content Dr. Hemla
  14. 14. CONT…• Modifications in instructional methods – Clarity in instructional language – Use of body language and gestures – Use of concrete experiences – Use of suitable and variety of teaching learning materials – Step by step instructions Dr. Hemla
  15. 15. OVERCOMING OBSTACLES Dr. Hemla
  16. 16. PARTIAL SOLUTIONS Dr. Hemla
  17. 17. INCLUSIVE SOLUTIONINCLUSIVESOLUTION Dr. Hemla
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