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Inclusion Assignment
Updated: 5/4/2020
Inclusion Assignment
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  • Learning Better Together: Inclusion 
  • I feel so alone. Why can't I be in the same classroom as them?
  • For many years, children with learning and attention issues were separated and isolated. This did not help with special needs children ability to use social skills.
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  • Inclusion fosters the idea of acceptance and understanding where children can strive.  6 out of 10 school-age students served under the Individuals of Disabilities Education Act spent at least 80 percent of their day in regular classrooms (Alverina University).
  • Thank you. It was tough but I finally did it!
  • Great job Neo! I knew you could do it!
  • Inclusiveness allows for children to learn by example and placing special need children in a regular classroom or school setting can also help them develop better social skills through example.
  • Hey Neo! We can't play with the ball in front of the school. Someone can get hurt.
  • Oh no! I'm so sorry. It was okay at my other school. Now I know.
  • = 1 BEAT
  • =1 BEAT
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  • hmmm.. 1 plus 1 plus 1 plus 1?
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  • =how many beats?
  • Find a child’s preference by observing what their favorite activities are. If a child loves music, use music to support efforts to learn other skills such as math.
  • Great job Neo!
  • That equals Four!
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