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THE SENTIMENTS, ATTITUDES AND CONCERNS TOWARDS INCLUSION OF PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS ABOUT DISABILITIES


Author

Moazzam SHEHZAD

Supervisor

Hafiza Shabnum Noor

Department

Riphah college of Rehabilitation and Allied Health sciences

Program

MS in speech and language pathology

Institute

Riphah international university

Institute Type

Private

Campus Location

Quaid-e-azam industrial estate, Lahore Campus

City

Lahore

Province

Punjab

Country

Pakistan

Degree Starting Year

2019

Degree End Year

2021

Viva Year

2021

Thesis Completing Year

2021

Thesis Completion Status

Completed

Page

103

Subject

Speech and Language pathology

Language

English

Keywords


Key words: Sentiment, Attitude, Concerns, , Disabilities,. Strategies

Abstract

Background: The Sentiments, Attitudes, and Concerns about Inclusive Education Revised (SACIE-R) scale was administered through a series of refined surveys. A final 15-item scale was validated using 600 public school teachers. Objective: To explore the sentiments, attitudes, and concerns of public school teachers towards inclusion about disabilities. Methods: Cross sectional study design was used. Data was collected from public school teachers. Study was completed in 6 months after the approval of synopsis. Non-Probability convenient sampling technique had used. Sample size 600. Public school teachers of inclusive setup. Teachers of public school with 2 years of experience. At least with graduate degree. Both male and female teachers were included. Teachers who were with both less than two years’ experience and graduate degree and other than general public-school teachers were excluded. The data collection Performa had used in order to identify Sentiments, Attitudes, and Concerns about Inclusive Education Revised (SACIE-R) Scale for Measuring Pre-Service Education Revised (SACIE-R) Scale for Measuring Pre-Service Teachers’ Perceptions about Inclusion Teachers’ Perceptions about inclusion. Data had collected through Performa comprising of two major sections. Demographics information of the Sentiments, Attitudes and Concerns of Public School Teachers about Disabilities. The data was analyzed by using the SPSS 21 statistical software. Results: The results showed that public teachers were more concerned about the disabilities of children. Sentiments were also shown towards disables. Lastly their attitude were not found good with the children in classroom. Conclusion: By the present study it can be concluded that teachers were taking it as responsibility and challenge as well. They were open up to new experiences but need some skills and trainings too. Their sentiments, attitudes and concerns fluctuate and affect environment and themselves too. Key words: Sentiment, Attitude, Concerns, , Disabilities,. Strategies

ID

ARI-85024

Added

2021-12-07 23:37:02

Modified

2021-12-13 18:55:30