Inclusion of Children with Hearing Impairment in Schools: A Survey on Teachers’ Attitudes

@inproceedings{Prakash2012InclusionOC,
  title={Inclusion of Children with Hearing Impairment in Schools: A Survey on Teachers’ Attitudes},
  author={S. Sundar Prakash},
  year={2012}
}
Purpose: Inclusion of children with disabilities in mainstream classrooms has become the focus of extensive research in education. It has both academic and social benefits for all students, such as providing opportunities for communication and social interaction. The evaluation of teachers’ attitudes towards inclusion appears to be a good method to determine the success of the programme. Although this has been widely researched in many countries, the available evidence is not consistent. This… CONTINUE READING

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