TEACHER’S ATTITUDES TOWARD THE INCLUSION OF SPECIAL CHILDREN

Dr. Sarita Garg , Dr. Madhuri Shridhar

Abstract


This paper examined differences in teacher’s attitudes toward the inclusion of special children. The data was collected from 50 teachers in Inclusive schools. 10 schools selected from Bhopal districts on the basis of stratified random sampling. The test was developed and standardized by the researcher himself. It is inferred that there was a significant difference between the mean scores of attitudes on the inclusion of special children of Govt. and Non-Gov teacher, urban and rural teachers, middle and higher school teachers. while it was also found that there was no significant difference between the mean scores of attitudes on the inclusion of special children in male and female teachers.

Keywords


Inclusive education, Teachers attitudes, Special Children, Attitudes, Inferred

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