Teaching in an Inclusive Education: A Multiple Case Study among Non- Sped Teachers


Authors : NELLY J. ADAZA; JOHHNY S. BANTULO; SHERYL LAINE T. CAMINADE

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 4 - April

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6558710

This study aimed to describe the teaching experiences of non-SPED teachers teaching children with special needs in an inclusive education. Not much is known of the problems, difficulties and challenges they are facing. The current study is done within the qualitative framework, employing multiple case study design for which five (5) participants were chosen through purposive sampling and were interviewed. The audio- recorded interviews were transcribed and analyzed using qualitative template analysis, and the emergent themes were noted. The study showed that participants have common struggles and hardships in handling children with special needs in teaching in an inclusive education. They further resolved in the use of strategies to cater the needs of these children. The result of this study will help the school administration to shape a professional development initiative for non-SPED teachers in the promotion of children’s wellness with several foci within school practice.

Keywords : Inclusive education, Non-SPED teachers, multiple case study, Philippines.

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