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Friday
Feb042011

How-to Guide: Preparing Teachers for Inclusive Education

Inclusive education has been internationally recognized as a philosophy for attaining equity, justice and quality education for all children, especially those who have been traditionally excluded from mainstream education for reasons of disability, ethnicity, gender or other characteristics. While inclusive education has been implemented successfully in many countries, other countries are still in the process of achieving this goal. This How-to Guide is the second produced by CRS Vietnam. The first guide, Inclusive Education for Children with Disabilities, provides background and a more general introduction to inclusive education. This guide aims to help CRS and partner education programs prepare teachers to implement successful models of inclusive education at the school level. It builds upon the previous publication while focusing more specifically on issues relating to teacher training and human resource development. Though the Vietnamese experience may not be universally applicable in all country contexts, it is hoped that the examples provided will serve as a reference of core themes that can be tailored to suit individual country needs.

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Contents

Letter from CRS Education Technical Advisors 4
Letter from CRS Vietnam Country Representative 5
 
1. Introduction: What Is This Guide About and Who Is This Guide For? 6
2. Inclusive Education in Developing Countries 6
3. Three Essential Components for Capacity Building in Inclusive Education 7
4. Pre-Service Approaches: Working with Teacher Training Institutions 11
5. In-Service Approaches: School-Based Teacher Training 16
6. Inclusive Education as Systemic Change 28
7. Applying Lessons Learned: Inclusive Education in Laos 30
8. Summary 31

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