Inclusive education is both a curriculum and a practice that encourages acceptance of all learners regardless of their physical and intellectual abilities, gender, ethnic or cultural heritage.
It offers a learning environment for all types of learners, including gifted and learners with learning disabilities, in a classroom where they can collaborate on learning and develop a sense of acceptance for one another. It involves embracing all types of learners, encouraging them to learn together, and meeting their educational needs in a productive and conducive learning environment.
One part of inclusive education is having a learning environment conducive to learning. A conducive learning environment is a learning setting in which students can freely communicate ideas, thoughts, and practice their skills with the school community, teachers and fellow learners in order to fulfill learning objectives taking into account the psychological, social, and cultural demands of the learners.
The process of incorporating inclusive learning begins in the classroom, when a teacher serves as a learning facilitator. Students are encouraged to engage in learning activities in the classroom where they can put their strengths and skills to work and develop them while connecting with the school community. A clean, amiable, and approachable learning atmosphere was created by the teacher, the school community, and the parents, which encourage inclusivity in learning.
An inclusive school is a school where curriculum is appropriate for all types of learning and values the rights of the students and supports their emotional, cognitive, and physical needs.
When children feel appreciated, learning becomes more interesting to them, and they love going to school, treating it as their second home and their classroom as a family. The greatest method to get their attention and get them interested in learning is to provide them with a safe, supportive environment where they may reach their full potential.
An inclusive school helps students regardless of their learning styles, meets all of their needs, and prepares them for a future in which they may use their knowledge and interact with others from all walks of life. It offers organizations and programs to meet all of the students' educational needs.
Teaching them the skills necessary for living will prepare them to be good citizens in the future who value kindness and respect to all citizens by enhancing their communication and interaction skills with different cultures and intelligences in the classroom and by giving them opportunities to learn at their best.
The goal of inclusive education is to provide opportunity for all children to succeed and showcase their skills not only in the classroom, by addressing their cultural, psychological, and intellectual needs. It is not just about putting different kinds of students with different backgrounds in one classroom
Every student, regardless of learning ability or cultural backgrounds, is welcomed and has access to all sorts of learning through the support of the school, the community, parents, and teachers working together.
The essence of inclusion in learning is the care and acceptance of every student. Taking care of them by meeting their educational needs and educating them on how to live harmoniously in society. Accepting them into a learning-friendly environment at school where the teacher and the students can collaborate on the learning process and the community at large.