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Oral Presentations - Guzman 202

Presentation or Panel Title

The Benefits of Inclusion

Location

Guzman 202

Start Date

4-24-2015 2:00 PM

End Date

4-24-2015 2:15 PM

Department

Education

Student Type

Undergraduate

Faculty Mentor

Rosemarie Michaels

Presentation Format

Oral Presentation

Abstract/Description

Everyone has the opportunity to reach his or her full potential. In my study, I researched the positive impact achieved for all students by including students with special needs in the general education classroom. This study will address one question: How does inclusion benefit students with special needs as well as those without? In order to answer this question, the researcher studied four articles about how inclusion positively influenced students with and without special needs both academically and socially. The researcher also conducted interviews with three elementary school teachers who have taught or are still teaching in the San Francisco Bay Area. The researcher found that inclusion has had positive benefits for all types of learners. The researcher also found that through test scores and personal experiences in teaching in inclusion classrooms, the rate of inclusion is increasing and is being more accepted in schools. This means that students with special needs will have the same positive learning experience that they deserve and the other students will learn to positively interact and learn that everyone has an equal shot at a quality education

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The Benefits of Inclusion

Guzman 202

Everyone has the opportunity to reach his or her full potential. In my study, I researched the positive impact achieved for all students by including students with special needs in the general education classroom. This study will address one question: How does inclusion benefit students with special needs as well as those without? In order to answer this question, the researcher studied four articles about how inclusion positively influenced students with and without special needs both academically and socially. The researcher also conducted interviews with three elementary school teachers who have taught or are still teaching in the San Francisco Bay Area. The researcher found that inclusion has had positive benefits for all types of learners. The researcher also found that through test scores and personal experiences in teaching in inclusion classrooms, the rate of inclusion is increasing and is being more accepted in schools. This means that students with special needs will have the same positive learning experience that they deserve and the other students will learn to positively interact and learn that everyone has an equal shot at a quality education