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Title: Educational Toys for Inclusive Classroom
Authors: Widiastuti, Ajeng Ayu
Keywords: educational toys;special needs student;inclusive classroom
Issue Date: Apr-2014
Publisher: Faculty of Teacher Training and Education Satya Wacana Christian University
Abstract: When students with disabilities or special needs receive special education services in the general education classroom, it is called inclusive education. Within educational literature, inclusion is described in many different ways. Moreover, inclusion is a lifelong process with the goal of providing full participation for all children and adults in education, community activities and work. On the other hand, inclusion is about a set of best practice strategies coupled with the moral view that all students bring value to the general education classroom. What does a successful inclusive classroom look like? 1. In inclusive classrooms students have a variety of ways to access information and demonstrate what they know. 2. Inclusive classrooms focus on utilizing strengths. 3. Inclusive classrooms create a sense of belonging. Moreover, the teacher must have a good strategy in order to create a successful inclusive classroom. For it can help all students to get same knowledge and experiences. The strategy behind inclusion is to design supports for every student in the classroom. One of the strategies that can be used in the inclusive classroom is to make educational toys, as a learning media. It will help all students to understand the lesson, including the students with special need. One of the strategies that can be used in the inclusive classroom is to make educational toys, as a learning media. It will help all students to understand the lesson, including the students with special need. The students with disabilities need to learn and play just like other students. They more easily understand the lesson by using the toys rather than just listening to the teacher. So, educational toys become an important thing and become an innovative approach during the learning process in the inclusive classroom.
Description: International Seminar Proceedings : International Seminar and Workshops The Inclusive Classroom 5 April 2014, p. 58-63
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/6777
ISBN: 97897910984113
Appears in Collections:International Seminar Proceedings : International Seminar and Workshops The Inclusive Classroom 2014

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