Inclusion - with their academics and social skills all out...

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Inclusion Nondisabled students benefit from having children with disabilities in their classes because they learn to accept and respect the differences. Opponents of this full inclusion believe that nondisabled students suffer from having children with disabilities in their classes because the teacher has to spend too much time working with the disabled students. My proponent side of this agreement makes me believe that the disabled students have so much possibility for growth socially and academically by being involved with the nondisabled students; and vice versa. The nondisabled students will have a greater appreciation for their opportunities in life. They will also become more understanding of why the teacher sometimes will need to work with the disabled students for longer periods of time every once in a while. This situation also gives the nondisabled students the opportunity to help the disabled students
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Unformatted text preview: with their academics and social skills; all out of compassion and from understanding. It would also give the nondisabled students a greater respect for the disabled students. My opponent side of this inclusion makes me be wary of the amount of time dedicated to working with both types of students; disabled and nondisabled. It might require extra help in the classroom, otherwise time consumption may become an issue. A possible solution to this problem could be simple, asking for assistance from the parents; all of them just to get one or two dedicated in class helpers. If this is not a reliable solution the requirement for a teacher assistant might be the reliable solution, but could cost the school and district extra funds....
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2011 for the course EDUCATION aed/205 taught by Professor Thompson during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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