International Association of Educators   |  ISSN: 1554-5210

Original article | International Journal of Progressive Education 2022, Vol. 18(1) 52-64

Identifying the Values to be acquired by the Students in Inclusive Classrooms based on the Views of the Classroom Teachers

Tansel Yazıcıoğlu & Vedat Aktepe

pp. 52 - 64   |  DOI: https://doi.org/10.29329/ijpe.2022.426.4   |  Manu. Number: MANU-2012-20-0003.R1

Published online: February 01, 2022  |   Number of Views: 116  |  Number of Download: 148


Abstract

The general goal of special education and inclusive education is to socialize students. Socialization refers to individuals’ attempts to participate in their immediate environment through the acquisition of certain knowledge, skills, values and behaviors. The basis of socialization in formal education systems is the educational programs and particularly, the educational program of social studies courses. Identfying which of values contained in the educational programs should be taught to students is very significant to reevaluate these values and to allow classroom teachers to develop common values for inclusive classrooms. The study aims at identifying the values to be acquired by students in inclusive clasrooms. The participants of the study are primary school teachers who work at primary schools in Nevşehir province of Turkey. In the study, qualitative method was used, and the data were collected through semi-structured interview questions and analyzed by content analysis technique by using inductive approach. The findings of the research show that the most frequently cited value for the students with no special education is empathy. The findings of the research also show that the participants mostly employ individual study in value education in the context of inclusive education.

Keywords: Human Values Empathy, Individual Study, Inclusive Classes


How to Cite this Article?

APA 6th edition
Yazicioglu, T. & Aktepe, V. (2022). Identifying the Values to be acquired by the Students in Inclusive Classrooms based on the Views of the Classroom Teachers . International Journal of Progressive Education, 18(1), 52-64. doi: 10.29329/ijpe.2022.426.4

Harvard
Yazicioglu, T. and Aktepe, V. (2022). Identifying the Values to be acquired by the Students in Inclusive Classrooms based on the Views of the Classroom Teachers . International Journal of Progressive Education, 18(1), pp. 52-64.

Chicago 16th edition
Yazicioglu, Tansel and Vedat Aktepe (2022). "Identifying the Values to be acquired by the Students in Inclusive Classrooms based on the Views of the Classroom Teachers ". International Journal of Progressive Education 18 (1):52-64. doi:10.29329/ijpe.2022.426.4.

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