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Mr. Al Prewett Teacher
I have taught Special Education for 22 years and Regular Education 3 years. K- 6 Special Education 21 years at Grants Cibola County Schools , I am shared between Bluewater 20 years and San Rafael 16 years. I have experience in Middle School at Tohatchi, NM 2 years, Rural school in K-3 in Biddle Montana, 6th grade for 1 year at Fromberg Montana
I enjoy hiking with my dogs Annie and Babe.
Red Cross Volunteer - DAT Assist for Cibola County
Caseworker/ Shelter & feeding Assistant
Benefits of Inclusive Education
The benefits of inclusive education are numerous for both students with and without disabilities.
Benefits of Inclusion for Students With Disabilities
Increased social initiations, relationships and networks
Peer role models for academic, social and behavior skills
Increased achievement of IEP goals
Greater access to the general curriculum
Enhanced skill acquisition and generalization
Increased inclusion in future environments
Greater opportunities for interactions
Increased school staff collaboration
Increased parent participation
Families are more integrated into the community
Benefits of Inclusion for Students Without Disabilities
Increased appreciation and acceptance of individual differences
Increased understanding and acceptance of diversity
Respect for all people
Prepares all students for adult life in an inclusive society
Opportunities to master activities by practicing and teaching others
Greater academic outcomes
All students needs are better met, greater resources for everyone
There is not any research that shows any negative effects from inclusion done appropriately with the necessary supports and services for students to actively participate and achieve IEP goals.
“Special education placement for students with disabilities has failed to demonstrate substantive advantages over regular classes despite lower teacher-pupil ratio and specialized teaching. Special Education has not proven to be academically and socially stronger than would regular class placement.” (Bunch & Valeo, 1997)