February 12, 2011

Inclusion workshops


Counselling Skills

Autistic Disorder Spectrums

Inclusion

The importance of making sure that every pupil gets something from all parts of a lesson. This does require some concentrated efforts from the teacher and some well directed planning but it is what is needed. There are those pupils who do struggle and this can be for such a broad range of reasons that everything must be catered for. It is made a lot easier when you know the pupils and you know some things about their background and characters as you have the basics and can then provide individual help.

It is also important to be careful. We have to make sure we don’t cross any lines and say or do anything that can be misunderstood.

The one big rule is that if there is something a pupil wants to tell you, you have to tell them that you may need to pass the information on to somebody else. And if they decide not to tell you then you must also refer this on too. Have to be careful and make sure you don’t get yourself into situations even if you have the best intentions. 


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