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The study was designed to review of curriculum of inclusive education at primary
level.The procedure of the study involved the selection of 100 students from the public
schools of Islamabad randomly. The data was collected through questionnaires. Analysis
and interpretation of the data was carried out by the help of the frequencies of the data.
Keeping in view the collected data it has been concluded that students learn less with the
help of verbal lecture only. Teachers did not use A/V aids for their class room teaching,
because A/V aids have not been provided to their institute. Most of the teachers were not
trained for teaching inclusive education curriculum. They should be provided training
through in-service refresher courses or workshops. It was also concluded that contents are
too lengthy and most of the students, feeling bored, start daydreaming during their classes.
The Data also shows that curriculum sometimes does not match with the mental level and
needs of special students. It is recommended that books should be colorful and Teachers
must be trained through workshops/seminar about inclusive educations.