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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

  • teacher aide - ,

    Please re-read the question. Read CAREFULLY.

    "reverse mainstreaming/inclusion" means what?

  • teacher aide - ,

    I read it still can't figure this one at.

  • teacher aide - ,

    Wouldn't the reverse of mainstreaming mean keeping special education students IN special education classes -- or at least one of them?

  • teacher aide - ,

    So it would have to be b then?

  • teacher aide - ,

    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?

  • teacher aide - ,

    C. to place special needs students in the marjority.

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