Chapter Two: Inclusive Education

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Chapter Two: Inclusive Education by Mind Map: Chapter Two: Inclusive Education

1. “Educators have a choice. We can either continue to blame the lack of progress in segregated classrooms…” -Norman Kune (1992, p.27)

2. Every child has the right to feel a sense of belonging in the classroom whether they have a disability or not.

3. There are feelings associated with inclusion AND exclusion.

3.1. Inclusion is usually seen with positive sentences

3.2. Exclusion is seen with negative sentences.

4. Pages 18-21 include a checklist

4.1. sample supplemental supports

4.2. aids

4.3. services

4.4. can be implemented in the classroom/school