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|Title:||The psycho-social effects of disability on the children's education in river oli division: a case study of three schools in Arua Municipality|
River oli division
|Publisher:||Kampala International University.College Of Education|
|Abstract:||The study found out the Psycho-Social effects of disability on the children's Education in River Oli Division. The study was guided by three objectives or hypotheses which asked about performance of the children with disability, the integration or relationship of the disabled and their counterparts, i.e. the non disabled, and the role of the curriculum in modeling the disabled children. The study was facilitated and done using three authentically tested tools, i.e. Interviews, questionnaires, and checklist for collecting the needed data. The data was processed depending on its nature, i.e. qualitative data was analised using word interpretation as quantitative data was presented, analised and discussed using mathematical diagrams. The study found out that the curriculum was not favourable to the disabled, who weren't examination dwarfs. The study further found out that the children in the integrated set up were friendly and a good relationship existed between them. The study also found out that the disabled children were slow learners and that was one of the reasons for underperformance.|
|Description:||Research report submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirement for the award of Diploma in Education Primary of Kampala International University|
|Appears in Collections:||Diploma in Primary Education|
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