Estudiantes de enseñanza con discapacidad Visual
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Estudiantes de enseñanza con discapacidad Visual

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    Ranjita V.
    IN
    Ranjita V.

    iT IS NOT ONLY IMPORTANT FOR ANY KIND OF DISABLED CHILD BUT FOR ALL CHILDREN IF THEY ARE ACCEPTED AND INCLUDED IN THE GROUP THEIR PERFORMANCE IS ALWAYS GOOD AND IS NOT DISTRACTED OR DISTURBED

    Ritah K.
    UG
    Ritah K.

    NO comment since I am satisfied with all the information about visual impairment.

    Ritah K.
    UG
    Ritah K.

    How would you assist students with visual impairment who are anti-social work freely with other classmates?

    Katerina K.
    GR
    Katerina K.

    The same as with a student with hearing loss, it is important for a student with visual impairment, first and foremost, to feel acceptable in the classroom, not only by the teacher but, especially, the classmates. There are many cases that such students are treated as people with a special need, an extraordinary diffficulty, but that is not true. These people can do the same things as other people with normal vision can do. In a classroom with one or more students with visual impairment, a good way for the teacher to make classmates understand how the student with visual impairment "see" things, is to cover their eyes and try to do some routine actions e.g. walking in the classroom, as if they had visual impairment. Such a practice brings all classmates together and builds mutual respect.

    Amos A.
    GH
    Amos A.

    use visual aids or clues liberally is very helpful

    Amos A.
    GH
    Amos A.

    what happens if the student does not frequently rub the eyes but always have the eyes red, can it also be a sympton

    Shadrick T.
    US
    Shadrick T.

    Will the instructional aide be trained on how to work with a student with visual impairment?

    Aliaa Y.
    EG
    Aliaa Y.

    Include the student in the community of the classroom.That Strategy help students to be helpful

    Aliaa Y.
    EG
    Aliaa Y.

    nclude the student in the community of the classroom.That Strategy help students to be helpful

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