The purpose of current literature review is to identify and reveal the teachers’ attitudes towards mainstreaming children of special needs with ordinary students of Basic education at Ajloun schools in Jordan,it also revealshow different the teachers’ attitudes are according to some demographic variables (gender, scientific qualification, experience years,age, and educational courses), Participants included (141) teachers (cluster Random Sample) from 17 school.For the purposes of this study, the researchersusedthe scale teachers’ attitudes towards mainstreaming.The researchersusedthe arithmetic means,standard deviations and (T-test), and ANOVA at the statistical analysis.The results of this study showed: the teachers’ attitudes towards mainstreaming children of special needs with ordinary students of Basic education at Ajloun schools were negative, there weren’t any statistically significant differences at (α≤ 0.05)in favor to gender and scientific qualification, and there were statistically significant differences at (α≤ 0.05) in favor to age(22–30 year), the experience (1–5 years), and the training courses for those who haven’t got a course. And the researchers recommended that is necessary to prepare teachers at Basic schools and schools must be prepared with resource rooms and educational means which are important for mainstreaming,and we must be aware of helping ordinary students to accept children with special needs.
Nawasreh, Faisal and Almansi, Hasan
"Teachers’ Attitudes towards Mainstreaming Children with Special Needs with Ordinary Students of Basic Education at Ajloun Schools in Jordan,"
An-Najah University Journal for Research - B (Humanities): Vol. 32:
12, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/anujr_b/vol32/iss12/6