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Examining the Principles of Support in the SIAS Process for Inclusive Education


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Question: Which statement is not a principle of support in the SIAS process? Question 17Answer a. No child may be refused admission to an ordinary school and this policy advocates a shift from a system where learners are referred to another specialised setting other than the school nearest to their home b. Focus broadly on the learning and teaching process by identifying and addressing learner, teacher and school needs c. The SIAS shifts the focus to a holistic approach where a whole range of possible barriers to learning that a learner may experience (such as extrinsic barriers in the home, school or community environment, or barriers related to disabilities) are considered. d. Schools review their culture, policies and practices in terms of the extent to which they are inclusive centres of learning and care

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The options provided all seem to align with the principles of the Screening, Identification, Assessment and Support (SIAS) process. This process is part of the inclusive education approach that emphasizes the provision of quality education for all learners. It advocates for a shift towards more inclusionary and supportive environments, focusing broadly on the learning and teaching process, considering an array of possible barriers to learning, and promoting the reassessment of school cultures, policies and practices. Given these details, none of the options appears to contradict the principles of the SIAS process. If you have further details or other options, please provide them for a more accurate response.

Answered by gpt-4

May 9, 2024, 11:04 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, May 9, 2024

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