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2019 | 1(96) | 125-130
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TEACHER TRAINING AND SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS OF TEACHERS IN AN INCLUSIVE CLASS

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PRZYGOTOWANIE ZAWODOWE I WYBRANE CECHY NAUCZYCIELA KLASY INTEGRACYJNEJ
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The trend of inclusive education and the education of pupils with special educational needs puts increased demands also on the teacher training. The researches have so far proved that appropriate acting and responses of teachers require far more than just plain knowledge. Some authors highlight the teachers' attitudes as a crucial component for a successful integration of pupils with special educational needs into the classes. In her theoretical study, the author focuses on a research aimed at the attitudes of teacher trainees towards inclusive education. She emphasizes the importance of developing pro-inclusive attitudes among teachers-to-be before they actually enter the profession.
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125-130
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2019-09-10
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