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BARRIERS TO INCLUSIVE EDUCATION

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Michelle Karen Miguel

on 22 June 2016

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Transcript of BARRIERS TO INCLUSIVE EDUCATION

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1. Attitudinal Barriers

negative attitudes toward children with disabilities like stereotyping, bullying, and ostracism.

the lack of wheelchair raps in school buildings, malls, parks, playgrounds, washrooms, and public transportation.
2. Physical Barriers
means the products and the services designed to meet the particular needs of people with disabilities allow them to build up their abilities and meaningfully participate in the affairs of their home, school, work, and community.

Assistive technology (AT)
3. Inappropriate Curriculum

4. Untrained Teachers

*lack of technical abilities
*teacher’s attitudes

5. Inadequate Funding

- the scarcity of resources

6. Poor organization of the education system


- education system are often centralized and can inhibit change and initiative.

- lack of communication among administrators, teachers, specialist, staff, parents, and students.
7. Policies as barriers

Policy makers who have unsound grasp or opposing views on inclusive education are obstacles to the implementation of inclusive policies.
Theoretical Views on Inclusive Education
Interactionist Perspective
Interactionism
asserts that inclusive education can be a sound intervention for all students to have a meaningful social life and sound social activity.

Functional



Perspective
Functionalists
view that developing an inclusive society is one of the principal roles of education as it is one way by which education meets society needs.

CONFLICT PERSPECTIVE
Conflict theorists
aver that inclusive education has social, cultural, and political undertones and implications
Critical theorists
are suspicious about inclusive education as they argue that the government community are just attempting to popularize another pedagogy which has been crafted by Western minds.

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BARRIERS TO INCLUSIVE EDUCATION
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