Teachers for All: Inclusive Teaching for Children with Disabilities

recognising the crucial ‘twin-track’ approach to inclusive education

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recognising the crucial ‘twin-track’ approach to inclusive education. In other words, teachers (and those who train and employ them) need to embrace inclusive beliefs and practices that generally support all learners and make education a welcoming and positive experience for all; and they need to be sufficiently confident and skilled to meet the specific learning needs of students with disabilities. Many of the learning needs of students with disabilities can be met by generally making the education system more flexible, welcoming and responsive (‘track’ one) – but they will also have needs that require more specialist attention, so this second ‘track’ has to be part of an inclusive education approach.

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