Based on Ministerial Decree No. (94) on 28/4/2009, promulgated for merging children with minor disabilities in ordinary kindergartens, and the presence of merged children in kindergartens, and finding out the extent to which the teachers provide righteous practices for these merged children, the study aimed at getting acquainted with the Convention of the Rights of Child with Special Needs, to educate teachers on the instruction of children with special needs to know what are their rights, duties and responsibilities, through the preparation of an educational manual to prepare the teachers for training of the children with special needs to exercise their rights, and in order to achieve the objective, and to answer questions of the study, through the field study and linking between the theoretical and practical aspects, and in light of this, the following tools were used: Poll form to preview the teachers opinions on the subject of merged child rights . 1- 2-Questionnaire for the teachers on the application of some educational practices with the merged children in kindergarten. 3-Educational guide for preparing the teachers for training merged children with special needs to exercise their rights . 4- A training program for teachers to use the educational guide and application of some rights practices by children with special needs. The study followed the experimental method, where the teachers questionnaire has been implemented to prepare them for the training children with special needs merged in the kindergarten to exercise their rights, and the sample of kindergarten specialized teachers working in the kindergarten implementing the merging system, of the number (60) teachers, divided into two groups (experimental and control), and each group consists of (30) teachers. Statistical transactions were applied to reach the following results: 1- The study showed that the reality of dealing with children with special needs when merged, are affected with the extent of teachers awareness of the importance of merging the children with minor disabilities and exercising their rights. 2- It was clear the extent of attention the teachers pay to how io satisfy the special needs of the child during the merge. 3- The study showed that preparing the teachers with special needs on how to prepare programs and activities (instructional practices) provided for children with special needs contribute to strengthen the rights of children with special needs. 4- Lack of material and human resources available when merging children with special needs, indicating the teacher need to the availability of health services and a psychological and social specialist in the kindergarten, as well as the availability of some of the techniques and audio-visual aids. 5- The guide and program facilitate for the teachers to develop educational activities provided for the merged child inclusive of some rights practices. 6- The manual helped the teachers to recording the results through the design of records by noting the information and practices on the development and growth of the child with special needs during the implementation phases of the merging program. In light of these results the researcher recommends the following: 1. To start the merge from the beginning of kindergarten and the application of human rights practices. 2. To Prepare training courses taking place centered on the most important ways of dealing with children with special needs Before and during the special service for kindergarten teachers. 3. To modify the teacher and normal children attitudes towar.ds children with special needs. 4. Taking into account the teacher capacities when determining the functions of participation in the merging program instead of considering it as a duty imposed on them
"An Educational Guide to Prepare the Kindergarten Teacher to Train Integrated Children with Special Needs to Exercise Their Rights,"
Jerash for Research and Studies Journal مجلة جرش للبحوث والدراسات: Vol. 14
, Article 8.
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