Beliefs and attitudes toward inclusion of student teachers and their contact with people with disabilities
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The findings show that the student teachers report significantly more positive contact with people with disability than negative ones. At the same time, student teachers who are in contact with people with disabilities report a significantly more positive attitude toward inclusion at the beginning of the term, and a higher self-efficacy in dealing with disruptive behavior and interdisciplinary cooperation, as well as an individualizing teaching structure. They also report fewer concerns and negative attitudes than student teachers without such contact. Contact with people with disabilities was significantly related to an anticipated willingness to take on an inclusive class.
DOI der Originalausgabehttps://doi.org/10.3389/feduc.2021.650236
Frontiers in Education
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