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write brief account that describes examples of inclusive practice.
In essence, practicing inclusively is an approach to teaching that includes ALL students and provides a variety of opportunities for ALL students to demonstrate their knowledge and strengths. [ It relegates the medical model of disability in favour of an approach in which children with disability are seen as part of a continuum of learners, all who have various strengths and weaknesses.
Inclusive practice means choosing activities that maximise participation and opportunities for learning. ]
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