CRS Vietnam has developed several films that demonstrate the success of children with disabilities in inclusive settings, as well as effective Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent Page 66 Major Components of the Special Education Process Special education for each student has a definite beginning and ending, but the process of special education is an integrated whole. The various pieces of the law combine together to create the Most classrooms of today are inclusion classrooms which have a blend of students with special needs and general education students. Scholar, ²Assistant Professor, Dept. clearly indicate that successful inclusive education does not require that every teacher have the expertise to meet the educational needs of every student. Persons with Disabilities, compliance with article 24 on education is mandatory and inclusive education should be ensured. IMPORTANCE OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION: THE ROLE OF SCHOOL TEACHERS ¹ R. Mercinah & ² Dr.D.Nirmala (¹ M. Phil. Remedial and Special Education, 34(6), 323-332. inclusive education is grounded on the premise of social justice, with the assumption that rights to quality education must be given to all learners irrespective of their physical, intellectual, emotional or learning disability (UNESCO, 1994). Concept of Inclusive Education Inclusive education means teaching, within the ordinary educational system, all children, young people and adults with special educational requirements. n Develop mass media activities and materials that emphasize the value of inclusive education. The forum is a 20-member body, established under the EPSEN Act (2004), that the NCSE can consult directly on matters related to carrying out its functions. an inclusive education. Rather, giving teachers (both regular and special education) the opportunity to collaborate and develop new skills is a prerequisite for success. of Social Work, Bharathidasan University, Trichy) Abstract: Inclusive education refers to an academic system that allows special education students to become included in mainstream classes alongside their peers. Journal of … The students with special needs in inclusive classrooms often present withmild to moderate learning and/or behavioral challenges. general education and achievement for students with disabilities. Prepares all students for adult life in an inclusive society Enhanced skill acquisition and generalization • Opportunities to master activities by practicing and teaching others Increased inclusion in future environments • Greater academic outcomes Greater opportunities for interactions • For students who might be identified as having learning disabi l- Statement of the special education and related services to be provided Academic effects of providing peer support in general education classrooms on students without disabilities. In a study of more than 600 educators, Villa and To assist the forum in its work, the NCSE commissioned a Literature Review on the Principles and Practices Relating to Inclusive Education On the other hand, the plethora of literature docu-mented that diverse special educational needs (SENs) Effective transitions from special education approaches to inclusive ... SALAMA_E.PDF 5 Richard Reiser, Implementing Inclusive Education: A Commonwealth guide to … inclusive education into initial training programs for student teachers in colleges and universities. Cushing, L. S., & Kennedy, C. H. (1997).