When David called for the physically disabled grandson of Saul, Mephibosheth, to dine at the king’s table, he was demonstrating an extraordinary level of inclusion. This paper reports data gathered as part of a programme of inquiry into the efficacy of the Full Inclusion model of special education; discusses how educators might progress from a mere head-knowledge of what is right, to a heart conviction of what should be done; and then explores a hands-on approach of how educators might more effectively do the right thing. Additional phenomenological data are reported from practicing teachers regarding their experience with the inclusion of students with special needs.
"Head and Heart and Hands: Necessary Elements of Inclusive Praxis,"
International Christian Community of Teacher Educators Journal: Vol. 3
, Article 3.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/icctej/vol3/iss1/3