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Are there specific creativity-related challenges that pertain to special needs learners? What should parents and teachers pay attention to? Here are some important considerations, and five targeted tips.
Acceptance, understanding, respect, and equality are the only ways to move towards true inclusion in education.
Regularly-scheduled movement breaks throughout the day and movement used within and between lessons results in better-behaved, more engaged students who can more easily focus on and retain what they are supposed to be learning.
Providing the best schooling for the widest range of children, Progressive Inclusion Schools, which focus on providing age-appropriate academics to a variety of learners, are an attractive option for both typical and Special Needs children and a much-needed addition to the educational landscape.