KNOWLEDGE AND BEHAVIOR OF REGULAR STUDENTS TOWARD STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES IN INCLUSIVE SCHOOL

Grahita Kusumastuti, Abdul Salim Choiri

Abstract


This research aims to determine the relation between knowledge levels of inclusive education and social behavior of regular students to students with special needs. Method of this research used survey by using sample of 34 students who have students with disabilities as their peers in their class. Data was collected by using questionnaire to determine the relation between knowledge levels of inclusive education and social behavior. Data was analyzed by using bivariate analysis statistic technique to explore the relation between two variables which were guessed related each other. The result of this research is concluded that there is no significant relation between knowledge level of inclusive education and social behavior of regular students to students with disabilities in inclusive school. Regular students need support from school to understand more students with disabilities, so their knowledge can be implemented in the form of suitable behavior. 

 

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inclusive education, knowledge, behavior, students with disabilities, regular students

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