The Importance of Media Platforms in Promoting Inclusive Education for Children with Special Needs
Within the framework of this inquiry, "inclusive practice" is the act of integrating children with special needs into the same classroom or other environment, alongside those who are developing normally. One of the many factors influencing the widespread acceptance of inclusive education is the influence of the media. Additional factors that contribute include as follows: Specifically, how do various media types contribute to the social construction of inclusive education? Qualitative research is essential to elucidate the role of the media in creating welcoming learning environments. A significant degree of attention to detail was needed in the test population selection process to assess how well the inclusive education program was working. In the framework of inclusive education services, this research attempts to investigate the role that the media plays in assisting the social construction process. A variety of techniques, such as written records, interviews, and observation, were used to collect the data for this study. An examination of the collected data was conducted using a descriptive qualitative approach. Following much debate, it was shown that there is a direct correlation between the rate at which social construction takes place in the classroom and the media's ability to support students' comprehension.
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