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Do Pre-Service Teachers Feel Ready to Teach in Inclusive Classrooms? A Four Country Study of Teaching Self-Efficacy

Loreman, Tim, Sharma, Umesh, Forlin, Chris,

Academic Literature

2013

This paper reports the results of an international study examining pre-service teacher reports of teaching self-efficacy for inclusive education. Several factors impacted responses, including the type of teacher preparation program offered by the institution; variations in the level of knowledge about inclusion law and policy; previous interactions with people with disabilities; confidence levels in teaching people with disabilities; and, prior teaching experience and training in working with students with disabilities.

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Journal/Publication : Australian Journal of Teacher Education

Location : Australasia

Domain/s: Education

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