Responsabilidades docentes para la educación especial
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Responsabilidades docentes para la educación especial

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    Maya Rushdie M.
    GB
    Maya Rushdie M.

    It is sometimes hard to modify certain assessments for the child as the government does not allow it. It is easier in years where there are not specific tests.

    Ranjita V.
    IN
    Ranjita V.

    Technically how does it works I don't know but it is a very time consuming and lengthy process.Hope it would be working.

    Ranjita V.
    IN
    Ranjita V.

    sometimes expectations become the hurdle in the process of teaching these kind of kids,but still it helps us to have a guideline.As I have just got into it.so I am finding all the information useful and effective.

    ABDIKHALIF                      M Y.
    KE
    ABDIKHALIF M Y.

    good course

    Kristina J.
    GB
    Kristina J.

    I understand from the text that existing regulations regarding disability and education affect the way that classrooms are organised and work taught. Does this also explain why the need for TA's has increased? In some schools in the UK TA's are favored and some they are frowned upon, I suppose that it depends on the needs of the children in the class

    Kristina J.
    GB
    Kristina J.

    How does a teacher, on their own enable a child with SEN needs to develop and learn at their own pace within a mainsteam school setting?

    Veronica W.
    GB
    Veronica W.

    i have read the notes for teacher's responsibilities for special education do assessments by supplementing conventional assignment using portfolios to collect student work which demonstrates their developement includes evaluative comments and recording comments. making notes with the with the help of teacher's assistant

    Begonya W.
    AU
    Begonya W.

    The idea of inclusion is great and fair for the person with disability and create better people of the other kids that learn to accept the difference and to support other needs ( one of very important roles of school ), and at length a better society, but practically is difficult to incorporate everybody needs and rights in a over crowded classroom and under budget school system.

    Nicki D.
    GB
    Nicki D.

    I'm looking at going into teaching young people with SEN in a pupil referral unit. Looking at the modules I can see that the course is going to be of great use.

    VictoriaH G.
    GB
    VictoriaH G.

    Hi, I feel I have not put my work in a correct order there for. I need 2-3 hours to check all my answers from the Module Topic again. On the first days of August I did revision Modules. I did the topics, one by one. I want to keep in order my portfolio in my ring binder. I need to check and see that I have the required information of my printed notes. I would like to feel satisfied of all studies I do. This program is new to me. This is my first time of studying on line. I would like to get a good understanding of how this program is working. I would like to get a tutor with whom I may discuss what I done and if my answers are satisfied.

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