Inclusion was perceived as a phase of integration of children with special educational needs. In a new approach, inclusion refers to another approach to education for all. Classroom observation confirms that not all children can sustain and perform in a way that meets school requirements, but that at the same time, using the right teaching, learning and assessment methods and respecting each child's own pace, all students can record school progress, sometimes remarkable to the initial expectations. Teachers involved in inclusive education should focus on the use of activities involving teamwork and cooperation, respecting the cultural identity of each child and constantly monitoring the effectiveness of teaching, learning and assessment activities at each child level.
The creative conduct of the teacher is one of the factors that ensure the development of pupils' creative potential, with an important role in inclusive education.
It is desirable that kindergarten be or become the first inclusive learning environment. Kindergarten is a great transition for most children, as it is the start for new experiences in a new environment. It is possible that some children become anxious because the fear of the unknown is activated: the kindergarten. Here are different children: height, weight, hair, skin, clothing, language, gender, ethnicity, disability, material situation, family, personal history, etc. Depending on the legislative, administrative, didactic, social, and psychological dimensions, these issues may have a double impact: either developmental sources or stress sources if they are not well managed. And in order not to have a negative impact on the child, changes must be made in early education, first of all by "empowering" human resources (educators, care staff, specialists, family, community, etc.) involved in education with tools and attitudes necessary to create development opportunities for all children. An inclusive environment will respond to individual needs, increase the chances of success of all children, develop respect and self-image, make a positive difference between people, encourage open communication about anything, reduce or improve discriminative behaviors and stereotypes.