16 pages. ‘Consider different understandings of the term ‘inclusion’ and how they influence the issues, challenges and dilemmas in including children/young people with special educational needs (SEN)

‘Consider different understandings of the term ‘inclusion’ and how they influence the issues, challenges and dilemmas in including children/young people with special educational needs (SEN)
Consider different understandings of the term ‘inclusion’ and how they influence the issues, challenges and dilemmas in including children/young people with special educational needs (SEN). Identifying your own understanding of inclusion within the classroom, discuss your views on some possible ways forward. You may answer with reference to your professional context (primary school teacher).
You should refer to relevant literature, including research.’
-write personally, but avoid the over-use of ‘I’
– write as if for an intelligent lay person – explain all jargon / acronyms etc.
-avoid plagiarism – acknowledge all sources. (Note: refer to the section in your handbook – academic literacy / plagiarism)
– respect confidentiality / anonymity
avoid sexist, racist or other discriminatory language : try to find out how the people you are writing about define themselves
-when referring to individuals with SEN adopt a ‘person first’ / non-judgemental approach
-use plurals or acceptable alternatives instead of gender-specific terms
-be respectful of the person to whom you are referring
-only give personal information (anonymised) about an individual if it is relevant to your point