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EEO. 2012; 11(2): 689-701


Examining Pre-Service Teachers Opinions about Providing Individual Support Services to Mainstreaming Students

Hasan GÜRGÜR,Arzu KIŞ,Gönül AKÇAMETE.

Abstract
The most crucial element of succeeding in mainstreaming, described as educating children with special needs in regular classrooms in the literature, is providing special education services to children with special needs. In this article, it was aimed to investigate the opinions of volunteer pre-service teachers on one of the applications of individual support services. These services were supported with the collaboration of Ankara University, Prime Ministry Administration for Disabilities, and Education Volunteers of Turkey Foundation. Eight volunteer pre-service teachers participated in this research. The volunteer pre-service teachers declared that the individual support services provide multiple benefits for students with special needs for their academic and social skills. In the lights of these findings, it was suggested that the non-governmental organizations should increase their support for mainstreaming and Ministry of Education should universalize the support service application.

Key words: Mainstreaming applications, pre-service teachers, special education support services, individual support services, Non Government Organizations (NGO).


 
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Hasan GURGUR ,Arzu KIŞ ,Gonul AKCAMETE. Examining Pre-Service Teachers Opinions about Providing Individual Support Services to Mainstreaming Students. EEO. 2012; 11(2): 689-701.


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Hasan GURGUR ,Arzu KIŞ ,Gonul AKCAMETE. Examining Pre-Service Teachers Opinions about Providing Individual Support Services to Mainstreaming Students. EEO. 2012; 11(2): 689-701.



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Hasan GURGUR ,Arzu KIŞ ,Gonul AKCAMETE. Examining Pre-Service Teachers Opinions about Providing Individual Support Services to Mainstreaming Students. EEO. (2012), [cited April 05, 2022]; 11(2): 689-701.



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Hasan GURGUR ,Arzu KIŞ ,Gonul AKCAMETE (2012) Examining Pre-Service Teachers Opinions about Providing Individual Support Services to Mainstreaming Students. EEO, 11 (2), 689-701.



Turabian Style

Hasan GURGUR ,Arzu KIŞ ,Gonul AKCAMETE. 2012. Examining Pre-Service Teachers Opinions about Providing Individual Support Services to Mainstreaming Students. Elementary Education Online, 11 (2), 689-701.



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Hasan GURGUR ,Arzu KIŞ ,Gonul AKCAMETE. "Examining Pre-Service Teachers Opinions about Providing Individual Support Services to Mainstreaming Students." Elementary Education Online 11 (2012), 689-701.



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Hasan GURGUR ,Arzu KIŞ ,Gonul AKCAMETE. "Examining Pre-Service Teachers Opinions about Providing Individual Support Services to Mainstreaming Students." Elementary Education Online 11.2 (2012), 689-701. Print.



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Hasan GURGUR ,Arzu KIŞ ,Gonul AKCAMETE (2012) Examining Pre-Service Teachers Opinions about Providing Individual Support Services to Mainstreaming Students. Elementary Education Online, 11 (2), 689-701.








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