Inclusive Education: The Benefits Of Inclusive Education

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Introduction This essay is about inclusive education, including the benefits of inclusive education policies, as wells as the similarities and differences of a county which is developing and a country which is developed and also the disability policies in Maldives. The current mind set up of the society about disability, and insufficient knowledge on this topic, both theoretically and as a basis for the different policies. Furthermore my findings will be related to different educational theories. The benefits through different literatures and the final section of this essay. I suggest my own opinion on this topic. At last not the least all the references are included in the last page. Inclusive policies Inclusive education means different and diverse students learning side by side in the same classroom. They enjoy field trips and after-school activities together. They participate in student government together. And they attend the same sports meets and plays. In other words Inclusive education is a way of thinking about how to be creative to make our…show more content…
Inclusive education (when practiced well) is very important…show more content…
It tells us that it is effective, and may also tell us if one day it ceases to be effective. Research can also tell us what practices, policies, contexts, etc., make it work. Without that we are really just arguing on the basis of ideological orientation, which has a place, but is ultimately perhaps inadequate on its own if we are to adopt an evidence-based approach to education. Stanley Fish might argue that as an academic I should not take a position on supporting inclusive education or otherwise, but given the very one-sided research evidence available in this area, not recommending the approach to those seeking an opinion would make little
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