posted by Rosie on .
In the classroom, the reverse mainstreaming/inclusion technique is used
A only with mildly retarded students
B more often than the resource room for behavior disordered students
C to place special needs students in the majority
D effectively to teach math and reading
I think its C can someone tell me if I'm right
Please re-read the question. Read CAREFULLY.
"reverse mainstreaming/inclusion" means what?
I read it still can't figure this one at.
Wouldn't the reverse of mainstreaming mean keeping special education students IN special education classes -- or at least one of them?
So it would have to be b then?
Why would kids (and teachers!!) be better off with unruly kids in a mainstream classroom than a special education classroom?
Remember the purposes of special education. Is behavior control in there somewhere? Or what do you think the main purposes of SE are?
C. to place special needs students in the marjority.