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Disproportionality in Special Education

29th July 2022

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Disproportionality in special education is very much prevalent. Unfortunately, it is not a matter of surprise that we see disproportionately damaging policies, practices, and outcomes for students with special needs. ...


Written By : Ruchi Mehta

                  

How To Cultivate A Growth Mindset In Your Classroom?

20th July 2022

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For ordinary kids, it is quite possible to install a growth mindset in their minds. Cultivating a growth mindset is quite flexible in their cases as their brain has developed in a very normal way and they can perceive instructions in one go. However, these days the educational system is having an inclusive classroom infrastructure where both ordinary and special students study together. ...


Written By : Victoria Lewis

                  

A Simple Way To Become A Special Education Advocate

11th July 2022

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Special education advocates work on behalf of their clients to support them. Know their roles and get an insight into professional special education advocates. Read the exclusive blog to know more! ...


Written By : Park Jin Ae

                  

Why Is The Theatre Method Of Teaching Special Kids Stealing The Limelight?

30th June 2022

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There are plenty of specially-abled students with limited mobility who have performed on international platforms as well. Scripts are prepared in such a way that fits the mobility level of special students. Students with limited mobility can move with assistance when needed, dance with arms only, or try acting out facial expressions that go along with the music. ...


Written By : Ruchi Mehta

                  

Occurrences Of Autism Rises Over The Years

20th June 2022

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To be very honest, the rate of rising autism is quite visible due to several factors. It’s not that autism was not this prevalent in the past. Autism spectrum disorder has always been quite populated but since the level of awareness has gotten elevated, many cases are getting recognized. ...


Written By : Victoria Lewis

                  

Concluding the Abilities of An LD Kid After Assessments

13th June 2022

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There are different kinds of learning disabilities like Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, etc. Around 10-60% of students with LD are having ADHD and there lies a gigantic challenge. That is why special education programs are always recommended for these special kids. ...


Written By : Park Jin Ae