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Including Learners with Intellectual Disabilities: stressful for teachers?
Since 1994 the demand to educate learners with special needs within mainstream classrooms in South Africa has continued to grow and the implementation of inclusive education is in the final processExpand
Parents’ Experiences of Their Rights in the Implementation of Inclusive Education in South Africa
Parental involvement was a driving and decisive factor in the development of inclusive education worldwide. In South Africa parents also became the advocates of the inclusive education movement inExpand
Views of Inclusion
A B S T R A C T Parent participation is considered to be a vital component in the education of students with disabilities. Parents' roles in pivotal changes in special education—specifically,Expand
Promoting the implementation of inclusive education in primary schools in South Africa
The British Index for Inclusion was selected to be used in three primary schools in the Western Cape Province in South Africa in order to develop a South African model to assist in the development ofExpand
Where Differences Matter
U.S. education policy acknowledges the troubling differential rates of special education identification and placement for students who are culturally and linguistically diverse by requiring states toExpand
Addressing South African Pre-service Teachers’ Sentiments, Attitudes and Concerns Regarding Inclusive Education
This article recounts the findings of a study that investigated pre-service teachers’ attitudes and concerns regarding inclusive education and their degree of comfort when interacting with peopleExpand
Developing inclusive school communities: voices of parents of children with disabilities
Inclusive Education as outlined in the Education White Paper 6 is a response to the widespread social, economic and political changes in South Africa, as well as a means of establishing a caring,Expand
General practitioners' familiarity, attitudes and practices with regard to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in children and adults
TLDR
It is recommended that the limited knowledge base of GPs with regard to ADHD should be addressed by adapting the curriculum of undergraduate medical students and providing opportunities for continued medical education that focuses on the diagnosis and management of ADHD, in both children and adults. Expand
Leadership in Disadvantaged Primary Schools
Research has indicated that schools should be developed as inclusive learning communities that would support collaborative learning and problem solving in order to address learner diversity moreExpand
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