Home Education Special education Inclusive Education. Essays on Inclusive Education. Please enter something. Evidence suggests that a very significant proportion of children with Down syndrome could be placed successfully in a mainstream school.
Builds trust and strengthens relationships: In a team, people rely on each other and this builds trust and fosters strong relationships with the teammates. Trusting each other reduces the insecurity and helps people to appreciate and believe in the distinct abilities of each other. It enables mutual support and develops a sense of belonging, which contribute greatly to the job satisfaction. A cohesive group in a school would work towards the welfare of children…. It is my responsibility to foster a positive learning environment, to create strong bonds, and become an advocate for the students. With a positive learning environment students will feel like they can open up and be an individual instead of being afraid of failure and disapproval. Strong bonds will create a personal relationship with students so they do not feel alone in school or in life.
Many people believe that play is a recreational activity for enjoyment, however with the right techniques play can have a purpose. There is a common debate in early childhood education about play-based curriculum and core-based curriculum. In this essay I will explain why play is so important to young children and why it should be included in early childhood education.
Professor Ruth Benander. English Composition Behaviors In an Inclusive Classroom Environment.