International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 3, Issue 4, Part K (2017)
A critical analysis on the impact of differentiated instructions on skills acquisition for learners with special needs in Kenya
Robert Mausu Kavi and Dr. Ruth W Thinguri
Educating learners with special needs has not been easy and has become a challenge in Kenya. Skills acquisition is the ability to be trained in a particular task or function and become expect in it. Despite the government efforts in promoting special needs education there are a number of challenges yet to be untraced on skills acquisition by learners with special needs. The fact that Learners with special need grow up and become older before they complete primary education has made it hard for the education department to come up with criteria in handling this situation. The special need students spend most of time being catered by their parents who are afraid to let the teachers bear the burden too earlier. A lot has been tried in Kenya to reduce ignorance and poverty among its population which has been a major hindrance to primary school education for the special needs. Primary school education which plays a key role in the national development process has become a key element. The researcher employed a combination of research design in his work; this is because the researcher aim was the recommendations on what should be done to acquiring skills acquisition for leaders. The purpose of the study was critically analyze the impact of differentiated instructions learners’ acquisition in primary schools in Kenya. The review was done in relation to schools policies, practices and procedures that hinder and interrupt programmes in educating students with special needs.
How to cite this article:
Robert Mausu Kavi and Dr. Ruth W Thinguri. A critical analysis on the impact of differentiated instructions on skills acquisition for learners with special needs in Kenya. International Journal of Applied Research. 2017; 3(4): 715-717.