Implementation of Siblings’ Involvement in Inclusive Education Programs with Special Educational Needs Child in Home Learning Activities During COVID-19 Pandemic
Keywords:Inclusive Educational Program, Home Learning, Special Needs Child, Physical Education (PE)
The Covid-19 pandemic has been a major issue for the whole world these days. It has affected many sectors, including our education field, for the past two years. Most of the school programs have either been postponed or been canceled. On the other hand, teachers need to overcome any difficulties and come up with new approaches to make sure our special-needs children are not left behind. The purpose of this best practice regarding the Inclusive Educational Program in SK Bukit Beruang (Bukit Beruang National School), Malacca in home learning activities was to make sure special needs pupils were still involved in inclusive activities even though they were at home and the participation of their siblings would hopefully increase their involvement and self-esteem. Our main focus was the increase in pupils' self-confidence during the subjects of physical education (PE) at home. At least 5 pupils with special needs at SK Bukit Beruang werem involved with their siblings during. The final observation and evaluation showed that pupils with special needs who partcipated in the same activity with their siblings have increased during the covid-19 pandemic. In the future, this best practice can be implemented in other subjects and the number of partcipations could be oncreaseto encourage inclusive activity of pupils in home base learning.
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