ߖ� However, the purpose is not to prescribe a model of inclusive education, since what works in one context cannot necessarily be transferred to another. The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) recognizes the right . 595.2000122 0 0 841.6799927 0 0 cm Keywords: Communication, Teaching Learning Processes Introduction Teaching is a very noble profession that aims at inculcating knowledge, tradition, values etc. The front of the communication book should list the staff who are involved with the student and the school’s key contact person. H���yTSw�oɞ����c [���5la�QIBH�ADED���2�mtFOE�.�c��}���0��8�׎�8G�Ng�����9�w���߽��� �'����0 �֠�J��b� Every child has a right to inclusive education, including children with disabilities. theological education, and (3) supporting communication among church leaders, seminary board members, and faculty about effective and faithful practices. The school may wish to develop a pre-formatted, duplicated sheet to use in the book (to keep the communication structured and limited to a reasonable length). �d&�y�J0��r4��-�aFS�)\��8ƃ4E�=�Y5m�YE��&�d�Bv+Ȫ�c*�������,X�쭎 q����j�[*�� �&�zJ9Wt��pV��LZ�Z�pMW��+�++���z{?��՛qRP����yL��.��UBkYE �FD���r�����o�a8+(-�Y!���n�0��,�&�_�(fW9[�謻��5g�!).p�2? endstream endobj 1482 0 obj <>stream inclusive education at primary school in Zimbabwe, so as to suggest the way forward. 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References 39 8. << /Length 5 0 R /Filter /FlateDecode >> /Im0 Do q Inclusive Communication means recognising, respecting and using all forms of communication – not just the written and spoken word. inclusive education, please see the publication The Right of Children with Disabilities to Education: A Rights-Based Approach to Inclusive Education. Flexible formats 1. z��x3��(���rǑl�~�a+��br��D���8X;*Ne��So��� Annexes 41 8.1 Fieldwork schedule 41 8.2 UNCRPD article 24 43 8.3 Accommodation of conditions and impairment 44 8.4 Useful publications 45 Analysis of Inclusive Education in Myanmar 5 It is also available in word and pdf formats. stream �V��)g�B�0�i�W��8#�8wթ��8_�٥ʨQ����Q�j@�&�A)/��g�>'K�� �t�;\�� ӥ$պF�ZUn����(4T�%)뫔�0C&�����Z��i���8��bx��E���B�;�����P���ӓ̹�A�om?�W= 13, No. 4 0 obj IMPORTANCE OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION: THE ROLE OF SCHOOL TEACHERS ¹ R. Mercinah & ² Dr.D.Nirmala (¹ M. Phil. Inclusive communication can save both time and money for service providers and the people who use services, and can improve outcomes for people with communication support needs and the wider community. The idea of inclusive communication comes from an understanding that people communicate differently, and various techniques are needed to meet these different needs. The relationship between the number of years teaching experience Educators‟ participation in inclusive education training programmes and their perceptions of these programmes 56 4.6. No-one. UNESCO definition which states that inclusive education is ‘an on-going process aimed at offering quality education for all while respecting diversity and the different needs and abilities, characteristics and learning expectations of the students and communities, eliminating all forms of discrimination’ (UNESCO, 2008 p3). %PDF-1.3 To be able to work with both – the Person and System approach – it is important to understand systems, both in society in general and in institutions in particular. Inclusive education involves transforming the whole education system - legislation and policy, systems for ... different forms of in-class communication • Enlarging. should be excluded. Inclusion in the context of education is based on the idea that all children should learn3 together, regardless of differences or disability.4 Inclusive education begins with the Recognize And Allow For Different Communication Styles. International Journal of Inclusive Education Vol. Inclusive education means all children learn together in the same schools. to inclusive education for all persons with disabilities. in the child. Take a flexible, inclusive approach to teaching and you will find very little, if any, adaptation to the curriculum is required. (l�MӔ��P�f}I>gw�漣�4�q�tE�~e�ͭ��4i��ZW5NjUS&�P,�t�U�4�P��J��3�Љ*:���>.e,���Cr%�R6��V5Y�K��v��D�ܥ\��y�\���y�D��� Video communication is achieved by using Web cameras to connect two or more parties. on education, science and technology, and culture and communication, is mandated to administer international data collections on the availability, use and impact of ICT in education. Responding to God’s call: We confront diversity by simply living and working in the present world of expansive and immediate communication and of cultural and religious differences. Keywords: Inclusive education, impairment, learning disabilities, inclusivity. ����IPc�-I���U�D(Z�II�s&ة� It incorporates all forms of communication, both verbal and non-verbal; non-verbal communication is often just as important to the meaning as what is being said. Through the establishment of internationally-comparable and policy-relevant indicators, the UIS Inclusive education is characterized by presumed competence, authentic membership, full participation, reciprocal social relationships, and learning to high standards by all students with disabilities in age-appropriate general education classrooms, with supports provided to students 4.11 Portable Document Format (PDF) 33 4.12 Posters 35 4.13 Infographics 35 4.14 Campaign or promotional communications 36 5 Inclusive communications better practice checklist 38 6 Resources and further information 39 6.1 British Sign Language (BSL) 40 6.2 Design 40 6.3 Easy Read 40 6.4 Guides to support and attract h�b```�0�� Ȁ �,�@��.6! Mass communication plays the vital role because it reaches very large number of audience. �x������- �����[��� 0����}��y)7ta�����>j���T�7���@���tܛ�`q�2��ʀ��&���6�Z�L�Ą?�_��yxg)˔z���çL�U���*�u�Sk�Se�O4?׸�c����.� � �� R� ߁��-��2�5������ ��S�>ӣV����d�`r��n~��Y�&�+`��;�A4�� ���A9� =�-�t��l�`;��~p���� �Gp| ��[`L��`� "A�YA�+��Cb(��R�,� *�T�2B-� h�24�0U0P���tvvJ,NMQ04�0�� Y� endstream endobj 1481 0 obj <>stream Education (KDE) preschool administrators. Scholar, ²Assistant Professor, Dept. x��[o����W�# ���\m]�4���A/-"%QT��|��,� zEpm�T�{���:U3���Cx�,�ϼ,)�:�}�aN�_b�ބ������?���~8���/~�R�e education, in order to share experience, concerns and visions concerning inclusive education. I actually think this principle applies to leaders of all types (regardless of gender), but the simple act of … Whenever inClusive CommuniCAtion & lAnguAge guide AbouT ThiS SecTion This section contains the tools that you can use with your team and/or consumers when reviewing existing or developing new inclusive communication material. All people who … N'��)�].�u�J�r� �ꇆ��n���Q�t�}MA�0�al������S�x ��k�&�^���>�0|>_�'��,�G! of Social Work, Bharathidasan University, Trichy) Abstract: Inclusive education refers to an academic system that allows special education students to become included in mainstream classes alongside their peers. This This is the next-best communication option after face-to-face, as you get most of the same benefits. �l�.��Z�n[.2�Jx3(S�U�m��x�b@��`�Q!�)�.� ���xW_�!EP-��X g�c]�v='1 ZV$�b%?��L���dW���U�a���6�ˋr��P�j[��c�Ȫ���H�-Sy4�� h�bbd`b`����8 �Y���tWÇ[L��!L��0 [w� endstream endobj startxref 0 %%EOF 1486 0 obj <>stream 4.5. Inclusive communication addresses the needs of people of all ages, people from different cultural and language backgrounds, and disabled people. )���@��3��Wr,g�;4�~Bx���=";��Nd��hr����BGIؐ�NkZ��+�+���v���2��l�j�k��!f�v���p�['�F�[��b�...nnn@2��E�E�)��ňA)阦Ӵ�M����K>""��!a��i{��F=>�c6��H�*~��/��˖Y|4�&b؀��΋�y��~Ԡ&���z�O@�h{G�{�x�{�9�To`oP� 2+�|Q+*�S��axC{[z�Y �*��h !l��}(�*���G 93–113 Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) and inclusive education for students with the most severe disabilities Stephen N. Calculator* Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, USA education system that provides learning opportunities of equal quality for all students. �Y$�i��r%�gW�Ϯ�:�e8{0~��/3z5r��"oo�گU|����evo����Uf_i72k�J���˩����a�?v!��+E���q_o��^��W������������ۇ�z鮼(��D�܁�ѳ������hn(;f?g�^T�/V���ȧ� FJ��v�~N�_��\�]��SD������h�r��aާy��W`�����ұ-"�j�w��}�Ӈ8��>xq����2���ח�{�o1�!�������y���p;�'�b�;����^s�vG~�m�oD_�ý������oY覆����t��F;�. %��������� Introduction and Background Equity and equality in education have become major components of modern day education… However, there is always the possibility of bad connections or other technical issues that hinder the communication. Applying the current education policy context and our long history of work in inclusive education as a lens for organizing the findings, we crafted 12 categories and 112 indicators intended to support local initiatives to create inclusive school-wide reform, toward a vision of one, proactive educational system for all students. ^)"9�����J}a���,˃.a_q*_\ʮr1p��.�XD���:�J�4�������b���GҔ|��2�F��a g_�����]�Œ�]�>N�4���w� 'a�pT��в���G�K ('`J�Q#�MNR�՛sV��s(&��7a�R�A"�,��%�z����IY�Ѡ�s�����[R��c� ��?����$�E.�b&(��g�k��0$�>� K�Hh��E�IܤhL�"�! 2y�.-;!���K�Z� ���^�i�"L��0���-�� @8(��r�;q��7�L��y��&�Q��q�4�j���|�9�� Reading Forum, 2, 11-19. 3 Education, the issues in education are the issues in communication.Lewis states that educators “appear to be working in a peculiarly stringent isolation”. How inclusive education relates to UNICEF’s mission, as well as the organization’s disability and education agendas. Q 4. Information about children’s progress, including their communication skills, is summarized in the next section Findings from the Early Childhood Assessment Plan Information about young Kentucky children’s communication development is gathered and reported to 2. %PDF-1.6 %���� Working through the guide is a staged process. �jRQ�N�Z��+(�������*�xU!��k&s7��$�% ��&P�e"�.ࠪM�C]���}�v7v�Y�\X#p����,���-�(q��=�/\��_Q��^�J�̫\�R�ưX U#ޫ��R� G���E�0B& ��c��LZ�h`���$Ny��-�5c�DQ.�Q��PY�c���# ԏ�\����s��D�q!E�*�-IRY���6�$�ΟS�A�Mz��[4V�P)v� E����?='.� ��+aT��(������XЯ�tbG���pܕcP�(b�yD�y���~��`-IEY������Đ�3C�\[�(R�!����`�oA�E+� ... for inclusive education. 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Inclusive Communication - General Good Practice Inclusive communication recognises that people communicate differently and encourages the use of a variety of techniques. i��t�!�X�!���)���9T�1�e��ȉ��s8q,��f�b��疡OsXF�^��˘ˣs_���Ki�`��h�݌�8Z��Dž?N=?�T�Xs�8Et1���/���/\?������s�����1;��9���p.N];���h$}XM�[� �����-�5ЫV��p;kQL�`�*U* o*�Ԭ��PW`%���J)���Vf���֐�̠��nj����@NfWb�H[t ʊ�Vp��w�D!G'��y��'€K'J��p��b�����K�9π�y5fU,�0��M��$'�RmA]�A%V�ܠU�o�M�����[4�A���)�h*y�8�云TT�P����T�j�T0����ѳ��������*�1|T�T��V�U"��tx�ac_U�X 6.1 Strategy: Inclusive education programme implementation concept 36 6.2 Recommendations for MEC 37 7. Lots of people find it very difficult to understand the spoken word alone. The project’s main target group is decision-makers working within inclusive education. • UNICEF’s recent involvement with inclusive education at the global and regional levels. Group is decision-makers working within inclusive education relates to UNICEF ’ s recent involvement with inclusive education of.! 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