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Department
Psychology
Course
PSY345H5
Professor
Stuart Kamenetsky
Semester
Winter

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PSY345-Lecture 2 Jan 16, 2013 Educational integration: the end of separation of education for different groups 1.Achieved by the physical placement of students who have extensive needs on general education campuses-this is already a big, big change as compared to before 2. Support services are provided-general education teachers and special ed. teachers should work together -key problem: doesn’t call for specific changes in the school system to accommodate these children with disabilities Inclusive education: considered the goal standard of how kids should be educated, students attend their home school (closest public school to them) with their age and grade peers Full Inclusion: that students who are disabled or at risk receive all their instruction in a regular education setting; support services come to the student. -the school has to change by law, has to include everybody Partial Inclusion: that students receive most of their instruction in regular education settings, but the students may be “pulled out” to another instructional setting when it is deemed appropriate to their individual needs -much more doable option, child include but when better off alone it can be done (what is best for the child) Movie: Josh has autism. He was put in a normal class, kindergarten was rough but when he came into grade 1 and 2
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