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|Title: ||Improvisation of Instructional Materials in an Inclusive Environment in Nigeria|
|Authors: ||Vandeh, C. M.|
Gbaa, D. J.
Awambe, K. E.
|Issue Date: ||Jul-2014|
|Publisher: ||National Journal of Inclusive Education|
|Series/Report no.: ||Vol. 2;No.1; Pp 194-201|
|Abstract: ||Improvisation of instructional materials in an Inclusive setting has become the focus of extension research in education. It has both academic and social beneﬁts for all students. It ensures that the special needs
children have equal access to knowledge, skills, and information in the same way as the "normal children. This paper looks at children with hearing impairment in an inclusive classroom, beneﬁt of inclusive
education and more clearly the study to a great extend provided information on the importance of instructional materials in an inclusive setting. The paper ﬁnally identifies some requirements for inclusive
education. Based on these discoveries a conclusion is drawn.|
|Appears in Collections:||Special Education and Rehabilitation Sciences|
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