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Designing a Collaborative Inclusive Classroom

Designing a Collaborative Inclusive Classroom

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Published by D Hernandez
An ideal classroom arrangement to aid classes with students who have diverse learning needs.
An ideal classroom arrangement to aid classes with students who have diverse learning needs.

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Categories:Topics, Art & Design
Published by: D Hernandez on Feb 12, 2013
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial


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Get Some Numbers Down
Percentages of students with LD’s
likely to be a part of a generaleducation setting in:
Language arts: roughly 50%
Math: 62%
Science: 74%
Social Studies: 71%
Foreign language: 90%
94% of students with LD’s take at
least one general education classper semester. 80% take one ormore.
87% of students with LD’s have
few to none actual curriculummodifications. (Institute ofEducation Sciences)
Teachers, Step it Up!
Loiacono and Valenti found that teachers usually
have low expectations for students with “severedisabilities.” They do believe, however, that proper
training and experience would change theseexpectations. (Loiacono)
After the implementation of PL94-142, inclusion did
receive support from all educators. Rheams andBain found that this was due, again, to things suchas past experience and success in teaching students
with LD’s. (
William Niles notes that teachers are outright
scared that they won’t have the ability to provide
complete access to both the curriculum and
activities for students with LD’s. (Niles)

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