|Titel:||Educating learners with vision impairment in inclusive settings|
|Form:||Aufsatz / Artikel|
|Veröffentlicht in:||International Congress Series, Vol. 1282|
Students with vision impairment who attend their local school can be expected to follow the regular curriculum taught in that school and to achieve academically with their classmates [Blatch, P. Draft standards for the education of students with vision impairment including those with multiple impairments, Newsletter of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Educators of the Visually Handicapped, 31 (1) (1997) 11–14 ]. This paper discusses the education of students with vision impairment in inclusive settings. It is based on an investigation of inclusive practices in two schools that catered for the needs of students with vision impairment. It focuses on access to and participation in learning. The special learning needs of these students are discussed, modifications to pedagogy, the environment and equipment are outlined and details of the expanded core curriculum are included.
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