The Impact of Teaching Academic Education Course of Children with Special Needs in the Ordinary Schools on Students’ Attitudes toward Inclusion of Disabled Children

Abdelbaky Arafa Salem

Abstract


The present study aimed at identifying the attitudes of the teacher student towards including students with
special needs with the ordinary ones. Also, to determine whether there are statistically significant differences
between students who have studied the academic education course of children with special needs in the ordinary
schools and the students who have not studied this course in the Department of Special Education, Majmaah
University for the academic year 1433 – 1432 A H . The study concluded that there are statistically significant
differences between the children of the fifth level who have studied the academic education course of children
with special needs in the ordinary schools and the children of the fourth level who have not studied this academic
course. Also, the study concluded that both of the students of Level IV and V have a positive attitudes towards
inclusion of disabled students in the ordinary schools.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/jel.v2n2p112

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