When a teacher entered in a differentiated classroom, they need to make sure that their lesson should be according to their students’ learning styles and provide a healthy and safe learning environment. Teachers have to cope with all students learning needs and difficulties, and one of the learning difficulties which is now becoming common in classrooms is Dyslexia. Many people termed dyslexia as a learning ‘disability’. However, I don’t agree with this elaboration because Dyslexia causes difficulty with reading. It may also impact comprehension ability, math, spelling and writing proficiency in children. Dyslexia is a problem with language, not with vision. Students who are having such difficulties are physically active as other children. It is dyslexic students need extra help typically emphases on phonics and spelling rules. It is unfortunate that students despite having extra care and attention, having a hard time reading. Continue reading “How Teachers can Boost Dyslexic Students’ Confidence”
Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a group of permanent movement disorders that appear in early childhood and may affect a child’s muscle movement, and tone. It is the most common disability in childhood. Children affected with CP may need constant care and support throughout their lives.
Ian (2018) is a short-animated true story of a boy named Ian who has the Cerebral Palsy. All he wants to have friends and play in the playground. But it seems impossible due to the bullying and discrimination which he encountered in his life. Continue reading “Ian – A Short Inspirational Story of a Boy Who Has a Cerebral Palsy”
Last Week, a parent came to me and shared that Inara (made-up name) lacks concentration in class-tasks and her class teacher always complains about Inara’s lack of concentration in classwork. This phenomenon is called ‘Distractibility’ and is common nowadays in both Eastern and Western countries. Commonly, these symptoms associated with the term ADHD (attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder), according to which, students continuously forget things, make careless mistakes and seem like they are daydreaming in sessions and activities. Continue reading “The Difference a Year Makes: The Dangers of Early Schooling”