Event Title

Special Needs Students Integration

Faculty Sponsor(s)

Marcel Lebrun

Location

Hartman Union Building Courtroom

Presentation Type

Event

Start Date

5-3-2018 3:00 PM

End Date

5-3-2018 4:00 PM

Abstract

The research will discusses the integration of students with special needs into the classroom. It starts with a definition of the terms disability and special needs and then gives a brief history of integration and the relevant acts. It shows the difference between its various forms—mainly full inclusion and mainstreaming then displays views of stakeholders in this concept, starting with parents then academics. It lists the benefits of integration with particular emphasis on social benefits. Finally, some problems with integration are discussed. The paper concludes with ways to make integration work in light of the problems discussed in the previous section. The paper also includes a template for school policy on integration. The research will show hard data which point of view the author has concluded to be right.

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Special Needs Students Integration

Hartman Union Building Courtroom

The research will discusses the integration of students with special needs into the classroom. It starts with a definition of the terms disability and special needs and then gives a brief history of integration and the relevant acts. It shows the difference between its various forms—mainly full inclusion and mainstreaming then displays views of stakeholders in this concept, starting with parents then academics. It lists the benefits of integration with particular emphasis on social benefits. Finally, some problems with integration are discussed. The paper concludes with ways to make integration work in light of the problems discussed in the previous section. The paper also includes a template for school policy on integration. The research will show hard data which point of view the author has concluded to be right.