Discapacidades físicas y sensoriales impedimentos - Resumen
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    Kristina J.
    GB
    Kristina J.

    It is so important for other children to also learn to include children with impairments into part of their learning and the child with the impairment. Vital social skills are being exchanged and well as confirming what they have learnt or seen.

    Loretha B.
    US
    Loretha B.

    i learned that if the community get involve in kids learning it can help in the classroom.

    Loretha B.
    US
    Loretha B.

    name ways a chid can take advantages of their community helped?

    Loretha B.
    US
    Loretha B.

    THERE ARE MANY STRAGEITE A CHILD CAN LEARNED

    Loretha B.
    US
    Loretha B.

    THEY STILL CAN LEARNED REGARDLESS OF THEIR HEARING OR SIGHT

    Shadrick T.
    US
    Shadrick T.

    I seen in this lesson it speaks of take advantage of the students residual hearing and visual. What is residual vision and hearing?

    Aliaa Y.
    EG
    Aliaa Y.

    The three main strategies for teaching students with visual impairment are: 1. Take advantage of the student’s residual vision. 2. Use non-visual information liberally. 3. Include the student in the community of the classroom.

    Aliaa Y.
    EG
    Aliaa Y.

    The three main strategies for teaching students with visual impairment are: 1. Take advantage of the student’s residual vision. 2. Use non-visual information liberally. 3. Include the student in the community of the classroom.

    Joanne R.
    GB
    Joanne R.

    Sharp Contrast Good Lighting, include the student in the community of the class room. Recruit - one or more classmates to assist in translating oral comments that the student may have missed.learn a few basic , important sign language signals.

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