Laudable as these efforts are, they are yet to address the issue of teacher preparation, particularly pre-service training programs, which initially prepare teachers for teaching in primary and secondary schools. Despite the importance of initial teacher preparation in shaping the teachers' attitudes towards teaching and providing the requisite 'tools for the job' in the form of knowledge of subject matter and pedagogical skills, it is surprising that The SEN curriculum of teacher SEN has not received adequate attention from policy makers and development partners.
However, the tendency to take the teacher SEN curriculum for granted and the assumption that it is suitable and appropriate to all students' and classroom realities need to be questioned. Questions should be raised with regard to the extent to which The SEN curriculum adequately prepares teachers for the realities and expectations not only of mainstream schools but also of schools for minority students.
Pedagogy - the skill and knowledge of schooling and learning - that lets an educator to frequently improve and adjust his/her practice in order to constantly and successfully help student's master content and skills. (Feiman-Nemser, 2000).
Diversity- pertains to the amalgamation of students from different cultures/ethnic/religious etc in the same classroom. ...Show more