Supporting Inclusion in Early Childhood Settings

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SUPPORTING INCLUSIONIN EARLY CHILDHOODSETTINGS
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1MAIN BODY...................................................................................................................................11. Role and importance of supporting inclusion of all children in early childhood educationalsettings.........................................................................................................................................12. Critique the strength based approach in supporting inclusion................................................23. Discussing the role and importance of using an effective team approach to supportinclusion in early childhood settings...........................................................................................44. Describing inclusive educational provision for young children in early childhood’s settings.....................................................................................................................................................5CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................7REFERENCES................................................................................................................................8
INTRODUCTIONBeing educated is the fundamental requirement for any human being as it plays a crucialrole in their life. Having good education will help the country to progress more with efficiency aswell. Early age education plays an important role in every children as it will give them a strongbase to understand things accurately. For special children it is a little difficult task to deal withany situation. Process of Inclusion in education refers to that method which is being used forspecial students who require more assistance for their disabilities that can be related to medical,mental or physiological problem. Special education system is developed for these children.Present report will talk about the role and importance of supporting inclusion in their earlychildhood educational settings and its approaches. It will also discuss about the importance ofusing an effective team approach to supportinginclusion and inclusive educational provision foryoung children.MAIN BODY1. Role and importance of supporting inclusion of all children in early childhood educationalsettingsIn terms of education, inclusion is a process related to special students who needs someextra help due to their disability which can be of mental disorder, medical problem orphysiological issues. A special education system is developed for these children to undertake.Supporting inclusion in early childhood will help child to learn more and can aid them inunderstanding things better as they are in phase of immense growth, acquiring knowledge, skillsand abilities to get connected with world (Arthur and et.al., 2017). This process will help specialchildren to get their knowledge with regular students as well which can assist them in makingstrong interaction with each other. This will also improve their performance. There are variousroles and importance of supporting inclusion in early childhood, such as;Inclusive education system helps in involving a change in their culture of contemporaryschool environment by providing them facilities like, active learning, different curriculumactivities, etc. which can improve their overall personality.This method will also assist them in increasing theirself confidenceself-confidencewhich will be very beneficial for them (Tharp, 2018).1
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