Special Education Teachers’ Efficacy: Implementation of Inclusive Education Program

Ghulam HAIDER, Ali RAZA, Tariq Nadeem KHAN

Abstract


This study aimed to find the efficacy of special education teachers that could address the specific needs of inclusive setup.  Literature was reviewed and a questionnaire which contained twenty six questions was developed to collect data using a five point likert’s scale from the conveniently random selected sample of special education teachers were engaged to answer queries. The objective was to look into the teaching efficacy of the teacher that could lead to a successful inclusion. The data were calculated to find inferences about the efficacy that came up as strong link in students’ achievement and they were teachers’ concern and belief.  It was found that these two elements of efficacy seemed to have greater impact on the outcomes of teaching and learning. The study reflected that the teachers were not only willing but also capable to implement inclusive education.


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