This study tries to explore the function that the media plays in supporting the social construction process within the context of inclusive education services. The impact of the media is one of the multiple variables that contribute to the broad adoption of inclusive education. Other contributing aspects include: To be more specific, what part do different kinds of media play in the social construction that makes up inclusive education? It is vital to do qualitative research to shed light on the function that the media plays in building and inviting classrooms to create. The selection of the test population to evaluate the performance of the inclusive education program required a great deal of attention to detail and consideration. The data for this research was gathered using a variety of methods, including observation, interviews, and written records. When looking at the data that was acquired, a descriptive qualitative analysis was performed. It has been found, after considerable discussion, that the speed with which social construction may occur in the classroom is closely tied to the efficacy of the media in aiding student comprehension. This conclusion was reached after much deliberation.
A. Alomari, M.; A. Alqudah, R.; O. Abu Al Rub, M.; M. Alqsaireen, E.; and A. Khasawneh, M.
"The Role of Media in Educational Social Construction of Children with Special Needs,"
Information Sciences Letters: Vol. 12
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Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/isl/vol12/iss7/20