The Disadvantages Of Inclusion System

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Among the advantages of inclusion system, let's consider the disadvantages the most. To the point that every children with disability needs an extra care and attention to an adult or even to a teacher for the reason that they manifest things different from the normal beings. They may manifest behaviors that will require attention and will result into behavioral difficulties (Comfort, 1988; MacCoby, 1983; Roedell 1984). Each student have their extraordinary behaviors which makes a teacher's mind divided into two portions, (1) to understand special children and (2) to manage normal students. These things may tolerate teachers when they hear about "Inclusion System". It's not easy for a teacher to handle two different brains at a time, they are …show more content…
In such times, not only special children are affected in this system, also students without disabilities are also having conflict with their adjustments on a classroom with special children. Parents and teachers often have expressed concerns about the likely impact on students without disabilities when children with special needs are moved to the general classroom. General students/ nondisabled students have benefitted academically from a program that created an integrated classroom composed of one-third mildly disabled students and two-thirds nondisabled students. They are just suffering on the adjustments in considering their classmates with disabilities and not on their studies because they excel in …show more content…
Parents who held negative attitudes towards inclusion system won't allow their child to be in a regular classroom or regular setting of school because for them special children fits on a special classroom which is expected for them only. Parents were also concerned about aspects of inclusive programming such as not receiving special attention, or fearing that their child would be mistreated, harmed and bullied in a regular classroom. "Education can be a powerful tool to unify the students with disabilities and those without them" (Mowat, 2010). They may expect that their child will be rejected socially and none of any parent will just be contented and let the risk takes place on their child. Parents believe that their special children can learn more in the appropriate place of learning and it's not the regular classroom where normal people take place. That's why inclusion system is big disasters for every special children, even some are pro-inclusion but when we think it deeply, special are always special. Children with disabilities should be given not only enough but an excess of attention, care, love for every person that contributes a lot on the child's development. A teacher can fill all those extra warmth to a student who wants it, if they are focusing in one category of students at a time. When a teacher is either for the children with special

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