Educational inclusion and its influence on school performance
Inclusive education is understood as being with each other, how to face adversity, how to face differences. A set of principles that ensure that the student with a disability is seen as a valuable and necessary member in all aspects of the school community. A movement towards expanding the possibilities of “ordinary” schools so that they can include a greater diversity of students. Schools that offer a curriculum to students through organizational planning different from those of schools that exclude some students from their regular classes. Not even briefly, it is convenient to refer to the reasons that support the movement towards an inclusive school. They are certainly several and of a different nature; on the one hand, from a psycho-pedagogical point of view, there is a conception of development of social origin; the decisive importance of interaction for learning is recognized; The responsibility of adults in determining the nature of the experiences offered to students (relationship with materials and classmates) is decisive, which is why a decisive role is attributed to the school as a development context.
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