Inclusive Education (Hindi) | Child Development & Pedagogy #41 | CTET, TET, DSC & DSSSB 2018

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Multiple Intelligence (Hindi) | Child Development & Pedagogy #26 | CTET, TET, DSC & DSSSB 2018

After this video lesson, you will be able to • understand the emphasis of Multi-Dimensional Intelligence. • identify the special skills of each of the intelligence. • state the critiques of the theory. • define learning style. • understand the difference between learning style and multidimensional intelligence. Keywords • Kinesthetic Intelligent: A person who has strong and flexible body movements such as dancers and athletes. • Intrapersonal Intelligent: A person who is thoughtful and has strong planning or designing skills. • Logical Intelligent: A person who is strong in mathematical calculations and aptitude. • Linguistic Intell • Interpersonal Intelligence • Naturalist Intelligence • Spatial Intelligence This can be easily remembered as KILL MINS. Kinesthetic Intelligence Specific Abilities: Flexible Body Movements Can do well as Athlete, Surgeon, Dancer Intrapersonal Intelligence Specific Abilities: Strong Planning Can do well as Psychiatrist, Design Planner Logical Intelligence Specific Abilities: Strong Aptitude and Logic Can do well as Mathematician, Financier Linguistic Intelligence Specific Abilities: Strong Vocabulary and Language Can do well as Writer, Content Developer Musical Intelligence Specific Abilities: Strong knowledge of Rhythm and Melody Can do well as Singer, Music Composer Interpersonal Intelligence Specific Abilities: Strong Social and Communication Skills Can do well as Public Relations, Journalist Naturalist Intelligence Specific Abilities: Strong knowledge of plants, climate, and animals Can do well as Environmentalist, Botanist, Veterinary Doctor Spatial Intelligence. Also known as visual. Specific Abilities: Strong Imagination Can do well as Painter, Businessman Critiques of the Theory There are 3 major critiques of this theory. • Not measurable: None of the 8 intelligence can be measured using any formula or method. • Logistically difficult: In a class with a large number of students, this theory will be difficult to apply as each student may have different intelligence. item Intelligence or Talent: This is an ongoing debate. If a person is specifically good at singing is it intelligence or talent? Learning Styles It is the uniqueness of how each learner receives and processes new information through their senses. The four most common kinds are 1. Visual - learn best when information is seen. 2. Aural - learn best when information is heard. 3. Reading / Writing - learns best when information is written. 4. Kinesthetic - learns best when information is presented through physical means. Download Full ebook here: https://goo.gl/2f7thW ☛Subscribe here - https://goo.gl/uDVbrF

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The classroom is a complex environment. If not explicitly managed it can quickly turn into a collection of smaller groups that happen to be in the same room rather than an inclusive whole. See how this, sometimes overlooked, aspect can make a profound difference. Dr. Ilene Schwartz is a professor in the Area of Special Education at the University of Washington and the Director of the Haring Center for Research and Training in Education at UW. She earned her Ph.D. in child and developmental psychology from the University of Kansas and is a board certified behavior analyst (BCBA). Dr. Schwartz joined the UW faculty in 1991 and has an active research and professional training agenda with primary interests in the area of autism, inclusion, and the sustainability of educational interventions. She has had consistent research funding from the U.S. Department of Education since 1990 and serves on a number of editorial review boards including the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis and the Journal of Early Intervention. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

In this lesson, you will learn about
• what is Inclusive education.
• who is an inclusive education for
• why is inclusive education important
• what is an inclusive school
• what is an inclusive classroom?
• how a teacher makes a classroom inclusive.
• characteristics of a teacher in an inclusive classroom.
Keywords
Lesson 1:
Inclusive education
inclusive education means that all children be given the equal quality of education regardless of their
situation.
Disadvantaged children
children who come from economically backward classes, those belonging to weaker sections of the
society and those with special needs.
Special needs children
children with physical or learning disabilities.
Diverse
variety
Inclusive school
a school that promotes inclusive education.
RTE
Right To Education - a law that makes it compulsory to provide free education of all children in the
age group of six to fourteen years.
Heterogeneous
diverse
Lesson 2:
Inclusive classroom
A classroom in which a teacher creates diverse and meaningful learning experiences for every
learner.
Characteristics
Qualities
Diverse
Variety
Collaboration
Working with someone else
Pedagogy
The method of teaching
Accountability
Being responsible for something
What is Inclusive education?
Inclusive education means that all children be given the equal quality of education regardless of their
situation.
Inclusive education believes that Education system should adjust to the needs and requirements of all
children rather than expecting the child to fit into the Education System.
So instead of having a separate school, the education system needs to support the needs of the child in
the existing schooling system.
Who is an inclusive education for?
We know that inclusive education is quality education for all children. Here ‘ALL’ refers to these following
categories of children.
1. Special needs children - Those with physical and learning disabilities.
2. Children belonging to the Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes, and the socially or economically
backward class of society.
3. Children who have shown evidence of consistent high achievement in academics, sports, arts etc.
4. Children who can cope with the so-called normal/mainstream syllabus.
Why is inclusive education important?
We live in a society which is diverse, meaning that it consists of different kinds of people from various
economic, social backgrounds and varied physical and mental abilities.
So it’s important that our schools provide for this diversity and include everyone into the system.
The second reason why inclusive education is important because it is mandated by law.
The Right to Education Act (RTE) says that every child of age 6-14 years shall have a right to free and
compulsory education till completion of elementary school.
What is an inclusive school?
An inclusive school is one which promotes inclusive education.
It is committed to improving the learning outcomes of all students irrespective of their physical, social
or other differently abled conditions and capabilities.
It focuses on providing necessary requirements for these special category children.
What is an inclusive classroom
A classroom in which a teacher creates DIVERSE and MEANINGFUL learning experiences for every
the learner is called an inclusive classroom.
Each child belonging to the different disadvantaged categories that we learned in the previous lesson has
different needs when it comes to learning.
An inclusive classroom provides the environment for each of these children to excel.
A teacher plays a very important role in the effective functioning of an inclusive classroom.
How does a teacher make a classroom inclusive?
1. A teacher gathers knowledge regarding disabilities of students so that he/she can better help the
student.
2. A teacher adapts her pedagogy or her teaching style to suit the needs of every child in the
classroom.
3. A teacher involves all students in class discussions.
4. A teacher sensitizes other students in the class to help out the disadvantaged children.
5. A teacher articulates his/ her confidence in the ability of the student to succeed.
Characteristics of a teacher in an inclusive classroom
1. A teacher feels personal accountability for the student’s success in class. Without this, a teacher
would find it difficult to cater to all her student’s learning needs in class.
2. A teacher believes that all children have a right to inclusive education and to study in regular schools.
3. It is not very easy to adapt to the needs of disadvantaged children. A lot of patience and affection for
students is definitely required amongst other things.

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