inclusion - I believe that there are both positive and...

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I believe that there are both positive and negative aspects to having inclusion in schools, community activities, and the work place. Inclusion can be beneficial in the fact that children with disabilities can be involved in a regular classroom environment and can learn more from their peers. It could also negatively affect those students in the regular classroom because lessons may have to be slowed down or taught differently. Inclusion is a good technique as long as it is not used all the time. Inclusion can be an excellent way to involve students with disabilities with their non- disabled peers. Children in the regular classroom setting and be positive role models for those children with disabilities. Starting inclusion at a young age will encourage both groups of children to be friendly towards each other and show them that they are more alike than different. If inclusion is started at a younger age the children in the regular classroom may be less accepting of their peers who may have disabilities. I believe that inclusion should be involved in schools but it should not be an all day
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course SPEC. ED. 101 taught by Professor Any during the Fall '07 term at Bloomsburg.

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