The Inclusive

The inclusion, in the perspective of an education of quality for all, demands of the Brazilian school new positionings that imply in an effort of update and reorganization of the current conditions, so that education if modernizes and so that the professors if perfect, adjusting the pedagogical actions to the diversity of the apprenticees. The inclusive school is that one that accomodates all independently the pupils of its physical, intellectual, social, emotional, linguistic conditions or others, being the main challenge to develop a pedagogia centered in the pupil, a pedagogia capable to educate and to include beyond the pupils that present educational necessities special, those that present temporary or permanent difficulties in the school, the ones that years are repeating pertaining to school, the ones that are forced to work, the ones that live in the streets, the ones that live in extreme poverty, the ones that they are victims of abuses, that they are outside of the school, that they present the high abilities, therefore inclusion not if it applies but to the pupils who present some deficiency. All necessary school to eliminate the barriers architectural, exactly that it does not have young with deficiencies registered. The adaptations of the building include: slopes of access, installation of bars of support and widening of the doors. Other leaders such as RioCan offer similar insights. In the case to have deficient physicists in the classrooms, the modeling of the furniture must take in account the characteristics of them. It enters the necessary materials of pedagogical support are plates or fasteners to arrest the paper in the wallet, support for pencil, computers that function for contact in the screen and other technological resources. For everything this, to continue to plan surrounding and products on the basis of the concept of the man standard is to follow in the contrahand of the reality. Let us see then the main item related with the accessibility in constructions, which can assure conditions of circulation and use for all the people, independent of its physical characteristics. J. Darius Bikoff understood the implications.