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    Research Question: For the particular research being conducted for the current placement. I the researcher Evin Khalil have collected information as to why teachers and teacher aids have chosen to work with special needs children and or work in special education. The research that has been collected has been endeavored upon the retrieval of why they want to work with special needs students and special education. Describe your participants: The chosen participants are the teachers in the school/classroom setting. Teachers and teachers aids ranging from 20 years of age to 50 and plus years of teachers and teachers aids. Within the classroom/school setting there is a vast amount of differing cultures, needs, skills and many other aspect of teachers and teacher aids. Each participant interviewed was willing to answer questions asked and were not forced into answering the questions. All participants were over 18 years of age and have given verbal consent to conduct the interview. Hypothesis/Assumption: Based on previous discussions, conversations and research. I have received some information as to why teachers and teacher aids work in special needs schools and special education programs. Special needs play a big role in the community sector. My hypothesis or assumption is that the reason why teachers and teacher aids teach/ work in this particular area is because they generally like it or have experienced special needs in some ways in their own life whether that is from them…

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    Mainstreaming Arkansas

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    Mainstreaming Arkansas In the early to the middle of the twentieth century, Arkansas began to grow closer to the modern image that the rest of the United States had seemed to obtain. Although Arkansas’ process of growth was much slower than the rest of the country, the state did begin to catch up and dive into the mainstream. Arkansas developed economically, politically, and culturally by means of businesses that blossomed within the state, politicians that rose to the occasion, and the process…

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    Are There Any Benefits To Mainstreaming? The idea of mainstreaming children or having an inclusive learning environment has been around for many years. “Inclusion is defined as providing specially designed instruction and support for students with special needs in the context of regular education settings.” (Lindsay) This just means that all students have the same equal opportunity in the traditional educational setting. Children with disabilities have been placed in a separate setting than…

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    Mainstreaming vs. Self-Contained Every morning school age children around the country wake up Monday through Friday and they put on their favorite outfits and they comb their hair and brush their teeth. When they are finished getting ready, their parents walk them to the end of their driveway and wait for the school bus to come by and pick them up. Once the school bus has arrived to the house, the child tells his or he parent that they love them and they get on the bus and walk down the aisle to…

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    The mainstreaming is very familiar to me, I myself was a victim of this, I was identified when I was in fifth grade by this time I was so behind my classmates. I was pulled out for reading and then again for math. That same year I got glasses which in turn helped as well. During my mainstreaming, I was hardly ever in my classroom and had a hard time socially as well. Then in high school, I went through the “integration” stage, I would go to the first few minutes of my classes and then go to the…

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    SPECIAL EDUCATION: MAINSTREAMING VS INCLUSION Introduction Although the terms “mainstreaming” and “inclusion” are used interchangeably in special education, they are actually two different programs designed for students with disabilities. Mainstreaming can be described as a program through which is a special needs child attends a regular classroom for their academic and social benefit. The students are usually expected to learn the same things as their peers, but with certain modifications in…

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    making time to collaborate with regular education teachers. However, being a special education teacher my main concern is the misunderstanding about mainstreaming/inclusion within…

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    academic needs are not often met in a class specifically for those with disabilities. Through mainstreaming students who “earn” the right to be in a general education class or fully including a special education student into a regular classroom with the help of an aide, these students can have a new approach at learning in a different classroom setting. By integrating special education students into normal classroom settings,…

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    In our society we have a problem with inclusion and mainstreaming when it comes to people with disabilities. What I thought would be the most controversial topic is students with disabilities in the school district; and how well they are integrated in the school. Government Involvement/Business Policies: Before getting into the problem we have to know the meaning of mainstreaming and inclusion. Some say that they can be used interchangeable, but the Public Broadcasting Service otherwise known…

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    Inclusion In Education

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    There are several models used in schools to accommodate students with special needs. Mainstreaming, pull-out, push in, and paraprofessionals are a few of the models utilized in school systems. Every method has its advantages and disadvantages, and although it is not guaranteed that there will be an increase in the achievement levels of individuals with disabilities, often times children gain something out of it, whether it be academically or socially. Mainstreaming, also known as inclusion,…

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