Challenges of implementing inclusive education

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Challenges of implementing inclusive education. Surname Initials Student Number Silimela M 201903297 Gwebityala N 201710970 Mkonqo M 201702797 Mhlana M 201822829 Nkunzi L 201818926 Fuma S 201907496 Ganyaza S 201912766 Gama L 201909459 Mpondombini S 201914475 Ntshintshi A 201906054.

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Introduction. Inclusive education means welcoming all children, without discrimination into regular or general schools. By the change of attitude against differential treatment of education differences in people will likely be seen in a positive perspective. This presentation will explore the challenges of implementing inclusive education. Teachers experienced varied challenges in implementing the inclusion of learners with SEN..

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Challenges of implementing inclusive education. Lack of teacher preparation for inclusive education, Cultural-level barriers to inclusion, Lack of funding and inadequate support from the district for implementing inclusive education, Lack of parental participation, Teaching methods and procedures, The physical environment of learning for students with special needs ,.

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Lack of teacher preparation for inclusive education.

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Cultural-level barriers to inclusion. That changing attitude barriers among school professionals and in the wider community, is one of the essential aspects of making inclusive education that take place in poor schools countries. Some learners are still facing challenge of being victims of being discriminated because of their differences . Married women.

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Lack of funding and inadequate support from the district for implementing inclusive education.

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Lack of parental participation. Students who lack supportive parents have to struggle on their own. Many problems such as home environment, parental commitment to education, health and nutrition, and parental proficiency level in the language of instruction influenced learners’ attitude to learning, and their reaction to change..

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Teaching methods and procedures. Method in general means a particular order imposed up on teaching or presentation of activities. It refers to the construction of how teaching ought to be done. Teaching methods using chalkboard. Teachers are dominated by this traditional way of teaching methods; they are not free from this method..

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The physical environment of learning for students with special needs.

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Conclusion. The purpose of the assignment was to explore the various challenges in the implementation of inclusive education. Lack of teacher preparation for inclusive education, attitude towards learners’ disabilities, and the lack of funding for the inclusive education were the identified challenges and also the involvement of parents into the child’s education is regarded as a challenge to inclusive education. Therefore, implementation of more inclusive systems of education is possible if schools themselves are committed to becoming more inclusive. The development of enabling mechanisms such as national policies on inclusion, local support systems and appropriate forms of curriculum and assessment are important in creating the right context for the development of inclusion..