Empirical Study of Inclusive Theory in Secondary Vocational Education
Based on the series papers on the inclusive theory in secondary vocational education, the paper starts with the clarification of the inclusive theory, and then moves on to suggest the brand new concepts of “all-round inclusive, all-round beneficial and all-round successful” for three different levels in secondary school education. Next, the paper analyses the target, strategy, choices, level definition, result evaluation as well as possible obstacles resolutions in the education. In conclusion, the paper suggests the brand new concept of “Inclusive Theory” which respects, tolerates and develops the study needs of every individual student.
Key words: Inclusive; Classroom teaching quality; Inclusive teaching; Secondary vocational school; Theoretical research
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