Assessing the Quality of Inclusion in a Childcare Setting


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Assessing the Quality of Inclusion in a Childcare Setting: The Roles of Social Cognition and the Galatea Effect
This study reports on the results of an assessment of a child care setting that includes children with special needs in its program. An observation, analysis, and evaluation of the quality of inclusion revealed both strengths and weaknesses in the program, with the main strength being the role of the Galatea Effect on the learning outcomes of autistic children in the program and the main weakness being the absence of structured social cognitive approaches to improve the quality of learning for autistic children. Grounded theory built from individual interviews was used to reach the conclusions and frame recommendations....
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