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When it comes to concepts like Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI), numerous educational and non-educational institutes claim to be experts on the topic. Unfortunately, equity seems to be a concept that gets brushed under the carpet in individual and organisational capacities. Equality and equity have their fair share of similarities. Hence, it is imperative to differentiate between the two concepts due to their overlapping nature.
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People with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) have a neurological condition affecting their behaviour, social skills, and communication ability. Social isolation, repetitive habits or hobbies, trouble with verbal and nonverbal communication, and sensory sensitivity are all typical signs of ASD. There are challenges in teaching students with autism, but you can support them with the correct training. If you plan to become a trainer, you may have students with ASD. It can be beneficial for teachers to upgrade their skills and learn how to teach students with Autism and SENs.
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A trainer must learn how to teach students with special educational needs (SEN), and special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) requires specific skills. A teacher must strategise in order to provide a supportive learning environment. Through SEN and SEND training, teachers upgrade themselves and are able to support their learners better.
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Dyslexia is a learning disability affecting people's reading, spelling, and writing abilities. It affects 5 to 10% of the population.
It's a common neurological condition that makes learning difficult since the brain interprets information differently.
According to some estimates, up to 17% of the population faces reading deficits.
Generally, dyslexia is a learning disability, but it is crucial to understand what dyslexia is and how it affects a person.
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Physical and Sensory impairment means having challenged or diminished ability of one's body or the five senses. The physical impairment may be a loss of function or ability of the body parts or organs. Sensory impairment is the inability of the body to receive information from any of the five senses or to process the collected information.
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Alternative education methods and approaches refer to an educational process that facilitates teaching and learning. Evaluating different strategies begins by defining traditional methods of education with characteristics such as formalism, authoritarianism, memorisation and repetition. Alternative education seeks to eliminate these characteristics to work in favour of new ways that involve experiential education.