PAI Learning Management in Inclusive Schools
Inclusive education is an education system that provides opportunities for all students who have disabilities and have the potential for intelligence or special talents to participate in education or learning in an educational environment together with students. Based on the cause, there are two influencing factors, namely temporary and permanent disorders. Permanent disorders originating from birth or genetics, while temporary disorders occur due to the environment, such as natural disasters, accidents, etc. The main purpose of inclusive education is to fulfill the human right to education. Children with special needs also have the same rights as ordinary children. There are several classifications of Children with Special Needs (ABK), including visually impaired, deaf, mentally retarded, physically disabled, and mentally retarded. Children with specific learning disorders, slow learners, special talents and autism. While the practical goals of inclusive education can be divided into direct goals, namely students, educators, and parents. The method in this study uses a case study. Data collected through observation, interviews and documentation. The results obtained from this study are to find out how good PAI learning management is in inclusive schools. Includes planning (planing), organization (organizing) (actuating), supervision and evaluation (controlling) PAI learning in inclusive schools.
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