Inclusion means that every person in a community is accepted, has the same rights as the others and can enjoy those privileges to the extent that he or she chooses. This is independent of gender, ethnic origin, age, religion, education or whether the person has some kind of handicap.
An inclusive teaching methodology fundamentally values diversity. In such a system, people, with or without learning difficulties, learn together, from the start. From childhood day-care centre to school and high school, up to the commencement of further training. No-one is excluded from receiving a broad and basic general education because of a handicap. On the contrary, the teaching methods seek to support and develop each individual learners using special tools and methodology.Zurück