Theories Of Inclusive Education

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1. Introduction:

Philosophies are there to guide in our decisions and our lifestyle they also make us aware of the things that are happening in the world around us, but philosophies are one person’s views and ideas about something happening in their everyday life. In South Africa the department of education decided if it is better to use inclusive education due to its effectiveness on the teaching and learning process. Inclusive education means that all students attend and are welcomed by their neighbourhood schools in age-appropriate, regular classes and are supported to learn, contribute and participate in all aspects of the life of the school.

2. Banking education and dialogical/problem-posing education:

The banking concept of education
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How critical theory is related to Inclusive Education:

Critical theory in education is about questioning how our educational system can best offer education to all people. It offers opportunities and understanding of the different perspective of disadvantaged members of society. For example, poor children often go to more poorly funded schools than their middle- and upper-class counterparts. And less funding can mean issues like availability of technology or good teachers. The following can be experienced in both critical theory and inclusive education:
• Cultural Diversity in the Classrooms
• Exercise on Cultural Diversity
• When the Teacher is a
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In attempting to translate Freire’s general critique of education to the school system in the contemporary West however one immediately encounters a problem; the argument might run like this:- while adults may be suitable partners in inquiry, for ‘children’ it is different. It is acceptable to make ‘children’ learn knowledge won by experts and exclude them from the process of inquiry.
Critical theory focuses on political, cultural, economic, and social relationships within a culture, particularly as they are related to what groups have power and which do not. Since the implementation of the inclusive education there are improvements in the South African education system and the curriculum as a whole, due to the fact that everyone is given a fair chance to express their analysis of the education system and everyone is treated as an equal to another being. Inclusive education enhances the learning ability of a learner as it supports all learners despite their learning
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