Exploring teachers’ experiences and practices in inclusive classrooms of model schools / Model okulların kaynaştırıcı sınıflarında öğretmenlerin uygulamaları ve deneyimlerinin araştırılması

Uzair Ul HASSAN, Mushtaque HUSSAIN, Iram PARVEEN, Joiciane DE SOUZA
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Bu çalışma Pakistan'da model okul uygulamarı ve öğretmen deneyimlerini keşfetmeyi amaçlamaktadır. Federal eğitim denetmenliğinde İslamabad'da 2007'den beri 16 model okul işlevini sürdürmektedir. Bu kamu modeli okullar Norveç'in desteğiyle uluslararası eğitim gelişimi altında kaynaştırıcı okullara dönüştürülmüştür.Okulum müdavimleri kaynaştırıcı okullarda işlerini yapan öğretmenlerdir. Öğretmenlerden uygun örnekleme yöntemi kullanılarak veriler toplanmıştır. Çalışmanın amacının öğretmenlerin deneyimlerini derinlemesi anlamak olduğu için nitel araştırma

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teachers’ experiences, inclusive classes, model schools

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