Inclusive Learning Environment for Pupils with Special Needs in General Educational Institution

Marite Rozenfelde

Abstract


The paper is focused on the analysis of the role of education's environment in implementation of the inclusive education process for pupils with special needs: the most significant prerequisites for successful learning, development of pupils' interaction culture and value orientation are determined; options for the presence, participation in the learning process and ensuring of achievement for all included pupils with special needs are dealt with

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environment, inclusive education process, pupils with special needs

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21277/sw.v2i6.257

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