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    Introduction/Purpose Fitzgerald, Ryan & Fitzgerald (2015) reported that it has been an increase of children identified with special education needs in different countries in Europe. One of the explanation for this influx is the definition of special needs recently changed, which caused more children to fall under that category. Since more children qualify for special education, professionals and parents need training and guidance on meeting the needs of those students. In Ireland, there is a challenge

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    over or coddled by general education teachers; teachers without the proper training, no less, expected to properly instruct these students with intellectual disabilities. Kids that are always expected too much of or doubted indefinitely. These are the children that don’t belong in a general education classroom. While mainstreaming, the act of blending general education and special education classes, can possess benefits for both general education and special education pupils, it should not be implemented

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    about inclusion and the education of children and young people on the autism spectrum. Many children and adolescents in the autism spectrum have gained access into mainstream schools. People suggest that children with autism should be educated in special education programs and not be educated in inclusive classroom settings. Recently, One Nation leader and senator Pauline Hanson suggested it would be better for teachers if students with autism and disability were put in special classrooms. This essay

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    require additional assistance with special services. Roughly thirteen percent of public school students are receiving special education services. Barbara Boroson, a Scholastic author on Autism Spectrum Disorder, asks the special education inclusion population, “How has education evolved from exclusion to inclusion” (Boroson, 2017). The issues with special education inclusion have been going unnoticed for many years and now is the time for a change. Special education inclusion is an issue because it

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    CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS OF DISABILITY The contemporary conception of disability proposed in the WHO International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) views disability as an umbrella term for impairments, activity limitations and participation restrictions. Disability is the interaction between individuals with a health condition (e.g. cerebral palsy, Down syndrome or depression) and personal and environmental factors (e.g. negative attitudes, inaccessible transportation, or

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    children’s education, which is why I have decided to enroll for an education course. I believe that educators have a lifelong impact on their students and on the development of resilience. Thus, I aspire to inculcate my love for learning into the next generation, by influencing and inspiring children all through their formal education. I have distinctly applied for Special Needs Education because special education has always been what’s near and dear to me in the field of education. Being a special education

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    Disadvantages of Integrating Special Education Children in Regular Classrooms Few topics have as much controversy as inclusion of children with special needs in regular classrooms. Few professionals question the appropriateness of inclusion of students with disabilities in regular classes. However, significant debate about which students should form part of the general education classes and the time they should spend in those classes persists. This has led to two groups, one for, and the other against

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    Special Education and the Benefits of Technology in the Classroom Special Education is a type of instruction designed to help disabled and gifted children use their full learning abilities. Many special needs children work in regular classrooms for most of the school day. These students also work with specially trained teachers for part of each school day. These teachers work with helping them to overcome their disabilities. These sessions are usually held in a classroom called a resource room

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    Special education is student centered where the needs of the student come before the disability of the student. Special education teachers create their classroom and instruction based on who their students are and what services they need in order to be successful in their learning. Merriam-Webster (2015) defines special education as classrooms and instruction designed for students with special needs. Special education is a service provided by public schools to students who require additional support

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    The term inclusion is defined as being included within a group or structure. In education, this refers to the inclusion of special needs students with non-disabled students for the entire, or most of, the school day. In most schools today, students with special needs are separated from the other students for the majority of the day. The debate of how special needs students should be incorporated in schools has been going on for years. There is an argument to both sides of this debate, however

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