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Inclusive Learning

Page history last edited by Constance Cooper 15 years ago

     Inclusion by far is a controversial topic. Some people believe that including all children in the same classroom regardless of their disability will help them to develop normally. Many people do not agree. Those who do not agree state that inclusion only limits learning possibilities. Inclusion involves physical, emotional and social involvement. In order for inclusion to be successful, a student must be able to adapt to their environment. If adaptation is not acquired, deaf students have problems with learning.  Language and identity issues sometimes emerge which make inclusion impossible. Although the deaf community has always dealt with disadvantages to learning, inclusion still remains to be a topic of interest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Freire, S. (2009). Creating Inclusive Learning Environments: Difficulties and Opportunities Within the New Political Ethos. Journal of the Deaf Studies and Deaf     

          Education, 14, 131-135

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