ISSN: (Online) 2321 -4155
ISSN: (Print) 2320 -7000

YEAR : 2013, VOLUME : 1, ISSUE : 2
Dr. Satveer. S. Barwal, Seema Sharma
Education is a lifelong process involving many planned and unplanned experiences that enable children and adults alike to develop and learn through mutual interaction with the society and culture in which they grow and live. Education also involves adaptation to society and culture. With all the combinations of life, events, adaptation will mean that each person is subject to a unique set of learning and problem solving experiences that constitute an understanding of the world and the events that take place in it. However, if we limit our attendance to intentional learning and instruction of children across the time from preschool to tertiary education, this would involve learning from a curriculum that has been determined by the central or state education authority. There are many children who, for some reason, are unable to take full advantage of the school curriculum as it is normally offered. For these children, special strategies must be used to ensure that they receive the opportunities and experiences, which will help them to learn and develop to the extent of their capabilities. This paper is an effort to unfold the teaching pedagogies which can be used to cater to the needs of all students in the inclusive setup.
Collaborative Learning, Cooperative Learning, Inclusive Education, Peer Tutoring