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Goals of education-Circle of Courage Rationale for change
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Having friends, forming and maintaining relationships, being part of a community, feeling good about one self, getting along with others
What is belonging?
100
How can we change inclusion assumptions?By using strategies that include strong communication skills, cooperative group learning, differentiated instruction, active student-directed learning, de-tracking, focusing on social and communication skills, and community service.
How can we change inclusion assumptions?
200
Experiencing success and being flexible
What is Mastery?
200
Those who spent more time in regular education experienced better results after high school. And, the inclusion of students with even significant support needs does not have adverse effects on their classmates' academic success.
What does efficacy data show about the inclusion of special education students
Those who spent more time in regular education experienced better results after high school. And, the inclusion of students with even significant support needs does not have adverse effects on their classmates' academic success.
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Having choice in work, recreation, leisure or continued learning. Being well grounded
What is independence
300
Answers can vary, responses can be through a class discussion.
Why is there a rise in the identification of special education students?
400
Being a contributing member of society, valuing diversity, being empathetic, offering compassion
What is generosity
400
The argument is that inclusion is more expensive than separate classrooms. But, the fact that through the consolidation of resources, duplicated services (academics, OT, PT, and SLP) busing services costs can save schools money so they can invest in more classroom resources for all.
What is the funding issue associated with inclusion?
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Categorizing disabilities into the same homogeneous group for the learning is unreliable. Not all students learn the same way or motivated by the same things, or have the same gifts or challenges.
What is the procedural issue discussed with categorizing disabilities?Categorizing disabilities into the same homogeneous group for the learning is unreliable. Not all students learn the same way or motivated by the same things, or have the same gifts or challenges.






Leading an Incluisve School Chapter 2

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