Active Learning for Students with Multiple Disabilities
The philosophy of the approach of ACTIVE LEARNING is to give the child the opportunity to learn, and so step by step, achieve the pre-requisites that would enable him/her to learn at higher and higher levels.
Individuals with multiple disabilities (cerebral palsy, visual impairment, cognitive impairment, autism, hearing impairment, etc.) are at great risk from developing reliance on others to interact with the world around them. Active Learning recognizes that every child/adult with special needs is unique and emphasizes simple ways to change the environment so that a child becomes an active participant and an engaged learner.
This session will cover the implementation of the Functional Scheme Skills Assessment of Active Learning in the classroom.
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