The Role of Guidance and Counselling in Inclusive Education

  • S. B. Gokul HSST Chemistry, K.R.G.P.M.H.S.S Odanavattom, Kollam, Kerala
Keywords: Inclusive Education, Inclusive Classroom, Diversity, Guidance and Counselling


The goal of a 21st century education is to give students the tools they need to thrive in this fast-paced, cutthroat environment. Additionally, it gives them more self-assurance when using these abilities. The comprehension, exchange, and intelligent use of vast amounts of easily accessible information are the main focuses of 21st century skills. Education that is truly transformative needs to be inclusive. People of all genders, abilities, ethnicities, socioeconomic backgrounds, and ages must be able to acquire the pertinent knowledge, skills, and attitudes required for caring and sustainable communities through education in the twenty-first century. Diversity and inclusive education are two essential elements of a prosperous and efficient educational system. Regardless of background, inclusive education can be supported and encouraged by establishing a secure and friendly environment for all students. The provision of guidance and counselling is essential to inclusive education. It makes the classroom engaging and empowering for all students, regardless of their skill level, experiences, or special needs. It’s critical that teachers receive the right direction, and that students receive individualised support. Organising inclusive education involves a lot of influence, policy making, and collaboration with families and communities. Special needs children deal with different issues. For students to make good academic and social skill development, an appropriate inclusive education guidance programme and counselling must be able to recognise and address the issues of children with special needs. Children need to be raised in an environment that is conducive to learning together, as this will help them learn how to coexist. The growing movement in favour of giving all children, regardless of their needs, equal access to education is the focal point of inclusive education. In order to promote diversity in the classroom, the researcher’s goal in the article “The role of guidance and counselling in inclusive education” is to give an overview of (i) inclusive education, which is a pilot project, and (ii) the necessity of guidance and counselling in.

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