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|Title||The Factors Related to Successful Integration of Physically Disabled Children in Schools of Gaza Strip|
Integration of physically disabled children constitutes a vital step towards full rehabilitation. For some reasons, not all physically disabled children are successfully integrated into mainstream education. There was no previous research that dealt with this topic in Gaza strip. Objectives: 1- To study the relationship between various variables and successful integration of physically disabled children. 2- To establish primary database for the currently integrated physically disabled children . 3- Hypothesis generation that help in further research in the topic of integration. Methods: The scientist followed an analytical and descriptive approach to answer the objectives of the study and hypotheses in order to search for the present situation, to describe the phenomenon and statement to be studied . As there is in fact an accurate description both in identifying the most important factors that have a direct impact on the success of the integration of physically disabled children in the educational process. Face to face questionnaires were used to determine the significant factors related to successful integration for physically disabled students in ordinary schools. 123 physically disabled students were included in this study (41 from Gaza ,23 from Khanyonis, 20 from Rafah, 23 from Middle Area, and 16 from North Gaza). Results: Results showed the relative importance of each of the independent variables identified in the proposed logistic regression model to predict the dependent variable of the study, where the values of the statistical significance of each independent variables in this model ((P-value <0.05) and dependent variables are (Father education, the presence of disability , And a follow up by rehabilitation organization within the main stream schools ,the extent of acceptance of the disabled pupils within the classroom, family's attitudes towards integration process, the follow up of disabled child's in his homework activities by one of family members) Conclusion: Successful integration of physically disabled children in ordinary schools can be increased by improving the factors related to successful integration physically disabled children in ordinary schools. Those factors include ,but not limited to, follow up of physically disabled students by rehabilitation institutions, acceptance of the physically disabled by his/her colleagues and follow up of a family member to physically disabled child in his school.
|Publisher||the islamic university|
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