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Title: Inclusion in the school laboratory
Authors: Debono, S.
Keywords: Physics -- Study and teaching -- Malta
Science rooms and equipment -- Malta
Laboratories -- Malta
Students with disabilities -- Education -- Malta
Science -- Study and teaching -- Malta
Inclusive education -- Malta
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: University of Malta Junior College. Physics Department
Citation: Debono, S. (2009). Inclusion in the school laboratory. MyPhysics, 1(1), 2-4
Abstract: Many a research has been done on inclusion in the classroom for a spectrum of children with special needs. However, with the increasing demand for a holistic and practical approach to science, inclusion has not been fully realised when it comes to the dangers and pitfalls faced in the average school laboratory. In an attempt to bridge this gap I decided to investigate what potential problems lurk in the laboratory for students with physical disability and come up with some possible solutions. So, how inclusive are our school laboratories?
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