Perception towards inclusive education: a comparative study of teachers teaching nondisabled and special need children
Keywords:Inclusive Education, Perception, Middle Secondary School, Nondisabled and Special Need Children
AbstractThe current research paper studies the perception of teachers towards Inclusive Education in Bhutan. The investigators compare the perception of teachers teaching nondisabled (n-group teachers) and special need children (e-group teachers) in regular classrooms of Bhutanese school. A sample of 31 teachers comprising of 18 n-group and 13 e-group teachers, were drawn from Changangkha Middle Secondary School, Thimphu, Bhutan through convenience sampling technique. Results revealed that n-group and ngroup teachers differ partially in their perception towards inclusive education.
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