Creating a website regarding inclusive education to develop inclusion in Canada and China
Inclusive education creates more positive learning environment for all students to obtain new knowledge. The author designed a website that include questionnaire survey, educational materials, parental resources, and recruitment information to let more people know about inclusion and compare Canadian inclusive education with Chinese inclusive education. Teacher’s attitude is a critical factor that can affect the implementation of inclusion. This project explored the perceptions of Canadian teachers and Chinese teachers regarding inclusive education and the issues of implementing inclusion in Canada and China respectively. The purpose of this project is to deal with the problems in implementing inclusive education and develop inclusion in both Canada and China.
Identifier (Other)DOI: 10.25316/IR-1019
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