Towards inclusion : teacher learning in co-teaching
PublisherUniversity of Jyväskylä
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Mendoza Hayward, Aidan Antonio (2018)To inform inclusive educational practice, it is important to consider the experiences of inclusive classroom students. The current study aimed to examine student perceptions of co-teaching practices in inclusive classrooms. ...
Saloviita, Timo (Wiley-Blackwell, 2019)Teacher attitudes have been identified as an important resource when striving towards inclusive education as defined in the Salamanca Statement (1994). This study surveyed some key factors associated with teacher attitudes ...
A comparative study on Saudi and Japanese in-service teachers’ attitudes towards inclusive education and self-efficacy in inclusive practices Yada, Akie; Alnahdi, Ghaleb H. (Routledge, 2021)Although providing equal educational opportunity for all children is the common goal for inclusive education around the world, the way of implementation is influenced by cultural, historical, and socioeconomic factors of ...
Juma, Said (University of Jyväskylä, 2018)This doctoral dissertation, which consists of three interrelated sub-studies and an overarching summary, explores the inclusive education development process in Zanzibar, Tanzania. The purpose of the research is to ...
Understanding attitudes and self-efficacy of in-service teachers and professionals towards inclusive education in the Republic of Armenia Alaverdyan, Vahan (2018)The concept and practices of inclusive education have been spreading worldwide for over two decades, pushing governments to adopt child-centered policies and consider basic school education as a fundamental human right for ...