Teachers attitude and learners with hearing impairment n inclusive setting in east Legh zone Nairobi province:

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Kampala International University, School of Education
The study is based on the teachers attitude and learners with hearing impairment in inclusive setting. Hearing impairment is a condition which makes it difficult for a parson to communicate using the audio parts of his/her body. This condition covers a wide range from the mild degree to a severe degree where a parson is considered to be deaf. The researcher used quantitative approach whereby the standardized tools and numerical data were used to explore the traits and situations. The data was collected and analyzed using statistical methods whereby the results were interpret to give the correct meaning of the study. There were ten participants who were involved and the main target were the regular primary school teachers. The findings showed that most of the respondents have these learners with special needs in their regular classes but they are faced with problems of handling them. Therefore, to improve and maintain the educational standards of learners with special needs, the government should train more teachers on Special Needs Education so as to be equipped with the knowledge on how to handle learners with special needs.
a res arch report presented to the institute of open and distance studies in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of the degree of education (special needs) of Kampala international university.
Teachers attitude, hearing impairment