The Hindu : Inclusive fair, interesting too


The Hindu : NATIONAL / TAMIL NADU : Inclusive fair, interesting too.

““Often, special children do not like teachers intervening when they are trying out an activity, but they do not mind when their friends help them out. The fact that children do not know the technical details of the disability also helps. When they see a teammate’s hand does not work, they will immediately use their hand, and they use total communication with gestures that also helps them communicate better with these children than adults,” says Sujatha Sriram, a special and counsellor with Vidya Sagar. The programme was spread across two months when children with neurological disability were sent to different schools to work on science projects with other students. “


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