Running Head: Inclusion Education
In Chapter 2 of your text, the concept of inclusion is discussed. As Powell and Driver (2013)
state, “In an inclusion setting, students with disabilities are instructed alongside peers without
disabilities for some or all of the school day” (Section 2.1). Complete the Inclusion Chart
view the article, “Regular Educators on the IEP Team (Links to an external site.)Links to an
Imagine you are a teacher getting ready for your first IEP/504 meeting for one of your students
who has a mild hearing disability (you can choose any age range from the Inclusion Chart you
1. As an integral part of the IEP/504 team, how will you prepare yourself for this meeting?
I will definitely come in with me with updated journal entries that will give more and detailed
information regarding the students’ performance in class and the critical areas that ought to be
put into concern will also come with some sample of the work that they have been doing in class
2. What are three important items to consider about this student before making any
recommendations to the committee (e.g., what needs might this child have)?
1. I will definitely ensure proper setting position of the student so as they can get to her me
2. Try to my level best to identify those areas needs to be worked upon accordingly
3. Try sto pay close attention to what my student requires for them to excel.
3. What information is important to know about a mild hearing disability and how will that
information affect performance/learning/behavior in the classroom?
Delayed speech and hearing. This means the teacher should ensure such student takes the front
seats anytime class is on.
This child may not do well in class since they are not really attentive in class simply
because they t don’t hear what the teacher says or rather before they encode what is being
said some other words have been added.
4. What are two accommodations that might be beneficial for this student and why (see table 2.1