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IMPLEMENTATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN THE REGULAR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Matilda Karamatić Brčić ; Odjel za pedagogiju Sveučilišta u Zadru


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Implementation and educational inclusion in school is a relevant topic for pedagogical and social context because it implies the acceptance and appreciation of differences among children as incentives, rather than obstacles in the process of teaching and learning. On the UNESCO World Conference concerning Special Educational Needs held in 1994, Statement and Framework for Action were adopted, which promote the right of every child to be involved in the educational system, and in regular schools, regardless of their physical, intellectual, emotional,
social, linguistic or other conditions. The term special educational need in this context does not exclusively refer to children with disabilities. The concept of inclusive education with the meaning of inclusion of all children in compulsory education extends and deepens the educational model of integration of children with disabilities in regular education. The introduction and implementation of inclusion in schools becomes the requirement of contemporary educational policies of Europe and the world, whereby the changing of schools in order to achieve educational inclusion is conditional on changing the entire educational practice (Mittler, 2006). This paper will show some of the assumptions that are crucial for the implementation of inclusion in schools with special emphasis on the role of activities of teachers as key participants in the process of inclusive school.

Ključne riječi

inclusion, inclusive education, involvement, regular education system, teacher

Hrčak ID:

99895

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/99895

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