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Inclusion: General Information

Page history last edited by Jillian Ravnell 11 years, 5 months ago

Inclusion

 

People tend to use mainstreaming and inclusion interchangeably.  However, there is a difference amongst the two.  Mainstreaming students receive their education in a public school setting with hearing individuals, but not always in a general education classroom.  Inclusion students also receive their education in a public school setting with hearing individuals, but always in a general education classroom.  It must be noted, that children who attend school in an inclusion setting are provided support services as well. Support services consist of sign language interpreters and itinerant teachers.

 

Reference

Andrews, J., Leigh, I., and Weiner, M. (2004). Deaf People: Evolving Perspectives from Psychology,

     Education, and Sociology. Boston: Pearson Education

 

Stinson, M.S., and Kluwin, T.N. (2003). Educational consequences of alternative school placements.

     In M. Marschark and P.S. Spencer (Eds.), Deaf Studies, Language, and Education

     (pp.52-64). New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Published by Jillian Ravnell on July 3, 2009

 

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