Integration of Children into the Mainstream | Report

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Running head: MAINSTREAMING CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES
Mainstreaming children with disabilities
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1MAINSTREAMING CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES
Executive Summary
The purpose of this report is to throw light on the opinion and view of people regarding the
integration of children into the mainstream. It will focus on the methods implemented and their
efficacy in bringing about a solution. It will also focus on how much effort and discipline will be
required on the part of the teacher to bring about an integration in the society. This report will
also concentrate on the factors that will prove to be a barrier while carrying out the solution can
be removed in order to bring about a harmonious society. It will focus on the advantages of
bringing the disadvantaged children into the mainstream that will lead to cohesion in the society
and prove to be fruitful in the long run.
2MAINSTREAMING CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES
Table of Contents
Introduction......................................................................................................................................3
Literature Review........................................................................................................................3
Search Strategy Database and Search terms................................................................................4
Critical Appraisal Tool................................................................................................................6
Recommendation based on critical appraisal tool.......................................................................8
Methodology of Research............................................................................................................9
Recommendations in relation to funding...................................................................................10
Conclusion.....................................................................................................................................10
References:....................................................................................................................................11
Appendix:......................................................................................................................................13
3MAINSTREAMING CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES
Introduction
Disability in children is now a common phenomenon and many young children have to
suffer the brunt of these psychological and physiological disorders. It refers to a lack of ability to
do a particular task that can be performed by normal children. Disability prevents them from
achieving a definite goal. The disability may be attitudinal or social that prevents a person from
mingling freely within the fold of society. Mental retardation is the main cause for failing to
perform social roles perfectly (Hemm, Dagnan and Meyer 2015). The degree to which the
disability has affected them will vary from one person to another. This report will talk about
whether the children who suffer from mental disabilities should be integrated into the regular
classroom and the advantages and disadvantages of this assimilation. This will further highlight
on the efficacy of the research method employed and it will recommend whether the government
should allocate funds to help children with special needs.
Literature Review
The term “special educational need” came into existence in the year 1981. It is inclusive
of children who suffer from the scourges of mental disability and it prevents a person from
normal behavior and interrupts in his academic performance (Harkes, Brown and Horsburgh
2014). It results in a development delay and leads to an emotional problem. The development of
a child does not work along a linear path. Each stage of development in a child opens up new
possibilities for the later stage of developments. These stages are thus related to each other.
Regular teachers have to now face the responsibility of mainstreaming slightly
handicapped children at a steady pace. Special educators heap praises on this act of
mainstreaming. Research into the mechanics of the running of an organization will be much

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