The era of technology today connects people across the globe to become a multilingual society. Today, more than half of the world’s population can speak other languages aside from their mother tongue. The need of a second language becomes a necessity and it has become more important than ever before. Current education systems in many countries have developed into bilingual programs in order to promote and to help the children to meet their future requirements. Learning a second language or multiple languages has become a common global standard today, however, there are still many myths and misunderstandings circulating among the parents and educators that are causing unnecessary anxiety and concern about their children’s cognitive development and language abilities regarding the matters of bilingualism.
But, for some particular and specific reasons, during the homeschooling the child may lack in some aspects of life. Several factors are considered in recent surveys and from recent queries and by the comparison, the data that is recovered in the sample showed that the children growth both mentally and physically were compromised in the homeschooling. Children lack some basic things in their daily life and students of private and public schools were given priority over the children over
It is vital to create a structured, nurturing and safe learning environment to foster success. The special education and general education classrooms, although separate, must function together and provide a rich learning environment that offers support to all students. Collaboration between the special education and general education teacher is essential. If a student is learning in both areas, it will be crucial for me, as the special education teacher to provide my expertise to the general education teacher so that she may best meet the needs of the special needs child. There are state and federal laws put into place to ensure that these students don’t fall through the cracks and get left behind.
English language learners face many obstacles due to their cultural and linguistic diversity. Meanwhile, ELLs with special needs have additional obstacles that influence their education such as cultural and linguistic differences as well as disabilities. Consequently, it is quite difficult task for educators to teach such children. That`s why, teachers with ELLS in
The study would also guide teachers to use the techniques in dealing with children with different abilities. The Project would also help teachers to analyze the drawbacks of inclusive education. The study would also help us to find out the solutions of problems faced by teachers while adopting inclusive education. The copy of the study would be send to the authorities for their attention. So the study will be used as reference material for teachers as well as authorities while adopting inclusive education.
They defined formative assessment as a concept that teachers use information from activities to determine the next steps in learning and teaching. In their viewpoints, the information from a formative assessment actually is used to adjust instruction ‘to meet students’ needs”. In other words, these adjustments were not only to be made in the instruction but they needed to work. Likewise, Brown (2004) also stated this point in his definition. He defines formative assessment as “evaluating students in the process of ‘forming’ their competencies and skills with the goal of helping them to continue that growth process”, (p
Research in accessibility and wheelchair is still ongoing, and some studies have highlighted the barriers faced by children with disability in mainstream schools but not much research has been done on accessibility and SEN schools. Therefore the main aim of research in this field is to render the physical environment (including SEN schools) fully accessible so that children using wheelchair can fully participate and benefit from the same facilities as other non-disabled children in schools. The definition of accessibility is complicated and many details are needed to begin to meet the needs of people with a wide range of disabilities (Judith Bendel, 2006). However a number of authors (Imrie&Kumar, 1998; Iwarsson&Stahl, 2003&Kielhofner, 2008)
1- What makes a good school? There is many ways a school can be good . Personally to me their are a few important traits that make a school good. One trait that makes a good school to me is giving students independence. Independence makes a good school because it shows kids to not depend on someone or something .
Schools become the essential institution to provide systematic knowledge to children by instilling proper values and attitudes in a younger generation. Schools also serve the modern society by educating a new generation. Curriculum developer who helps to determine the content plays an important role in shaping and indirectly socializing the new generation. The society has established the schools to provide education for the children. A school is not only a place of formal learning, but also serves as a place of social learning.
Kalambouka et al. (2007) reviewed the literature in the past two decades’ policy and practices in inclusion and reiterated that there are no adverse effects; in fact, the outcomes were better or neutral. Additionally, the positive effects were more on academic areas than on social ones. Though most of the studies were based in the US, it can be concluded that having SEN students in mainstream school is not a hindrance but rather has a positive effect. Therefore, it stresses the need to move towards an inclusive education and that is the way forward, though there are challenges in terms of policy and practices.