Hong Kong needs to form its own philosophy for inclusive education

Mabel Gonzales MOONT, Leng Han Martha HUI

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Abstract

This chapter discusses the reasons why Hong Kong needs to form the philosophy for inclusive education. The authors also present three guiding principles in moving forward and discuss their importance. Copyright © 2003 The Association for Childhood Education International-Hong Kong & Macau and Education Convergence.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInclusive education in the new millennium
EditorsMartha Leng Han HUI, Christopher Robin DOWSON , Mabel Gonzales MOONT
Place of PublicationHong Kong
PublisherThe Association for Childhood Education International-Hong Kong & Macau and Education Convergence
Pages308-322
ISBN (Print)9628628534
Publication statusPublished - 2003

Citation

Moont, M. G., & Hui, M. L. H. (2003). Hong Kong needs to form its own philosophy for inclusive education. In M. L. H. Hui, C. R. Dowson & M. G. Moont (Eds.), Inclusive education in the new millennium (pp. 308-322). Hong Kong: The Association for Childhood Education International-Hong Kong & Macau and Education Convergence.

Keywords

  • Theory and Practice of Teaching and Learning

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