"And will you succeed? Yes, you will indeed!
Ninety eight and three quarters percent guaranteed!"
- Dr. Seuss
Whether they label themselves as such or not, today our school is generally an inclusive school. Inclusion can be incredibly beneficial or incredibly detrimental, depending on a teacher's attitude and approach. Including students with special needs into one's class is a challenging job for the regular education teacher but I believe that, in a few simple steps, it is entirely possible. The following model depicts some of the aspects of inclusion I deem most important.