Attitude of Regular and Itinerant Teachers Towards the Inclusion of Hearing Impairment Children

Publish Year: 1393
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Objectives: Inclusive education is a process of enabling all children to learn and participate effectively within mainstream school systems. It does not segregate children who have different abilities or needs. This article explores the attitudes of regular and itinerant teachers about inclusion of hearing impairment children in their schools in general education. Methods: In a descriptive Survey research design, the sample included ۱۰۰ teachers (۵۰ regular and ۵۰ itinerant) who were selected randomly, according to a multistage sampling method. Data was collected by using questionnaire with ۳۲ questions regarding their attitudes. One-way Analysis of Variance and t-test were performed to obtain between- group comparisons. Results: The results indicated that the teacher's positive attitudes towards inclusive educational system of students with hearing impairment. Significant difference in attitudes was observed, based on the teaching experience, gender, level of teaching. The results also indicate that most teachers are agreeable to the inclusion of students with hearing impairment in their classrooms. Discussion: successful inclusion for hearing impairment children in regular classrooms entails the positive attitudes of Regular and itinerant teachers through a systematic programming within the classroom.


Kamal Parhoon

University of Allameh Tabataba'i, Tehran, Iran.

Guita Movallali

Pediatric Neurorehabilitation Research Center, University of Social Welfare & Rehabilitation Sciences(USWR), Tehan, Iran.

Saeid Hassan-Zadeh

Psychology and Education of Exceptional Children,Tehran University, Tehran, Iran.