Inclusion, learner support and assistive technology
- Ledwaba G, Mophosho M
- ISBN: 9780627038112
- eISBN: N/A
- ePub ISBN: 9780627038129
- 268 Pages | Published: 2022
This book focuses on the rights-based
approach to education that seeks to achieve educational equality, social
justice, and learning success or achievements for all learners in Early Childhood
Education settings, special, full service and mainstream schools. The
significance of inclusive schools is not only about providing quality education
to all children, but also helping to change discriminatory attitudes,
practices, creating welcoming communities and developing an inclusive society.
Inclusion of learners can only succeed through learning support and the use of assistive technology.
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