A few months ago, we examined how to teach students with Special Educational Needs (SENs), in an article I had written concerning this matter.
A dear friend and colleague posted this video on his page, which shows us how autistic individuals perceive and cope with everyday situations. It’s definitely worth watching and highly educational, for both students and teachers alike.
by Katherine Reilly
Teaching is a privilege. It is the means by which we pass on our heritage to the next generation. Education is every person’s right and must be offered to all children with no discrimination whatsoever. Students with SENs are believed to be difficult to teach. What daunts most teachers, is the manner in which such a procedure must be handled. However, things are much more simple than they seem.
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