Inclusive education in public schools

Authors

  • Nato Kobuladze
  • Dali Berandze v

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.52340/zssu.2021.09

Keywords:

Special education, inclusive education, special teacher, standard, educational needs, quality education

Abstract

Inclusive education is based on the approach, at the center of which is a student of his own abilities and needs, not a specific subject or program. Quality education can be achieved when teaching methods and strategies are tailored to the student's capabilities and needs, and not vice versa. Consequently, the difficulties that the child is experiencing at school will be considered a blemish of school and general educational system and teaching methodology, and not as a student's weakness.  One of the most important factors in effective implementation of inclusive education is the highly qualified specialty teacher. Since 2010 the Ministry of Education and Science has initiated the development of professional standards for the special teacher. Since 2014, the National Center for Teacher Professional Development has developed training modules based on the standards that are prepared by special teachers. The standard is the foundation for universities, to develop special teacher's undergraduate and graduate programs.

References

„ვისწავლოთ ერთად“- ინკლუზიური განათლება www.inclusion.ge (24.07.2019)

სპეციალური მასწავლებლის პროფესიული სტანდარტი - 2014 წ. http://tpdc.gov.ge/uploads/pdf_documents/specialuri%20maswavleblis%20standarti.pdf (24.07.2019).

ინკლუზიური განათლება - www.mes.gov.ge/content.php?id=289&lang=geo (24.07.2019)

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Published

2021-08-25

How to Cite

Nato Kobuladze, & Dali Berandze v. (2021). Inclusive education in public schools. SHOTA MESKHIA STATE TEACHING UNIVERSITY VOLUME OF SCIENTIFIC WORKS, (11). https://doi.org/10.52340/zssu.2021.09

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EDUCATION