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ANALYSES OF THE TEACHER-PUPIL INTERACTION WITHIN THE INCLUSIVE CLASSROOM-CASE STUDY OF A CHILD WITH A COCHLEAR IMPLANT

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Author(s): Zora JACHOVA | Aleksandra KAROVSKA

Journal: Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation
ISSN 1409-6099

Volume: 9;
Issue: 3-4;
Start page: 7;
Date: 2008;
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Keywords: children with impaired hearing | inclusive school | inclusive school teachers.

ABSTRACT
The educational system in Macedonia is directed towards the modern European standards and models of inclusive education. This is done by initiation and implementation of the innovations in the education.The inclusion of the children with impaired hearing is not connected only with their placement in the schools. In an inclusive school, quality education can be assured only in educational surrounding that is friendly towards the children and the learning process, where the difference is accepted and acknowledged as process for enrichment of all the persons involved. The social aspects of the learning process should be accentuated. This includes a dialogue between the teacher and the other teachers, the teacher and head masters of the schools, between the teacher and the children with impaired hearing and a dialogue with the parents. The teachers should take in consideration the children’s needs and interests and they should be able to conduct a flexible management of the classroom.
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