PE 6: Creating an Inclusive School
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|Unit – II||
International Declarations and Conventions:
|Desirable to Know
Tasks & Assignments: Any Two Activities
- Prepare a Report on a particular school’s readiness for addressing Children with special needs.
- Record Keeping & Maintenance of Education of Children with Special Needs
- Adapt at least two pedagogical practices studied in the pedagogy course and suggest ways to make it appropriate for addressing the needs of all learners in the class.
- Visit a nearby special, inclusive and regular school. Make observations in terms of Time Table, Teaching Learning Activities, Infrastructure, Child to Child Interaction and Parental Support. Compare the practices.
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