Inclusive Learning Environments For Students With Disabilities

759 Words Jun 24th, 2016 4 Pages
There are many pro’s , and fewer con’s of inclusive learning environments- that will further be discussed. Inclusive learning environments allow general education teachers , and special education teachers to work closer together supporting goals, objectives, and the needs of students, further developing curriculum that is maximized for inclusive learning environments. Inclusive classrooms support a wide variety of learning approaches, and similar lessons, or curriculum- can be presented in multiple ways providing multiple strategies , and a variety of concepts.
The con’s of inclusive learning are limited to a few factors. Sometimes disabled children don’t get the appropriate , and specialized attention, and care, which can lead to neglect of other students in the classroom. Parents of children with disabilities sometimes prefer classrooms that are specifically for children with disabilities, concerned that inclusive learning environments might not be adequately designed or incorporated. Parents might also feel that students with disabilities - don’t progress academically without specialized, and individualized attention. Some special education teachers,professionals,educators, and parents are concerned that general education teachers might not have the proper time,expertise,training, or resources that meets their children’s needs. Facilitators also argue that if students with disabilities can be integrated into general education classrooms, than more expensive special…

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