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Joey, a nine year boy with Autism, was mainstreamed into the fourth grade in his local public school.  Lynne, an eight year old girl with Fragile X Syndrome, attended a special school.  Discuss the pros and the cons of mainstreaming versus special education.
What do you think about the videos?
Video: The Inclusion Classroom: An Inclusive Education Movement–Click and watch… “In this video, the inclusion movement and classroom covered through several different topics. The video begins with a detail overview of some of the student benefits of being in an inclusion classroom, for special needs students. Next, the video offers a brief history of special education and the long journey. Continuing, some of the beliefs of an inclusion classroom are explored. Next, mainstreaming vs inclusion is described. The video also goes over the different types of teaching strategies for the inclusion classroom” (YouTube, Added: Jan 15, 2020).
Video: Special Education: Everything You Need to Know–Click and watch… “This video will cover everything you ever wanted to know about special education. It covers the important questions such as why education was started in the first place, the purpose of special services for students, how a student becomes eligible and qualifies, the least restrictive environment (the lre, including general education classes, special ed, inclusion, mainstreaming, entire schools for these students, home-bound or residential settings, etc. The video also cover major legislation which includes fape, free and appropriate public education for all students started by public law 94-192, no child left behind act, idea which stands for the individuals with disabilities education act, then essa, every student succeeds act. The video continues with a breakdown of classroom instruction into six different categories which include modifications, accommodations, teaching strategies, environment, behavior intervention, and assistive technology. Then the video moves along to curriculum for students with disabilities, such as functional curriculum, generalization, emergent curriculum, and critical thinking strategies. Next the inclusion education movement is discussed, and finally the video finishes with ways to connect with families of special education students. This video is part of a playlist by Frank Avella and Teachings in Education, and it included functional behavioral assessments, the history of special education, categories of students with disabilities, abc charts, behavior intervention plans, 504 plans, and more” (YouTube, Added: Aug 5, 2019).
Nancy Ward on Labels and School–Click and watch… Nancy Ward, a disability advocate, discusses Special Education (Uploaded on Mar 21, 2010).
Marianne Leone’s Keynote Address at the 2011 Visions of Community Conference–Click and watch… Marianne Leone Cooper shared selected excerpts from her new book, Knowing Jesse – A Mother’s Story of Grief, Grace and Everyday Bliss, a tribute to her son Jesse who was an honor-roll student, loved to write poetry and windsurf. Marianne chronicles the challenges her family faced in navigating the world of special education and disabilities and how inspiring the true meaning of “community” can be (Uploaded on YouTube, Apr 11, 2011).

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