Human beings, even if they are similar, are all different.
Each learner is therefore unique in his or her being, in his or her sensitivity and, above all, in his or her way of to learn.
Pupils with special needs function in an even more unique way: even if they are neither less good nor less successful, they are still able to learn.
even if they are neither less good nor less successful, they are diametrically opposed to the norm and to the possibilities offered by the school system as the school system as it is currently presented in most classrooms. To ignore this heterogeneity would be like denying that a fish cannot live without water, or that a man needs water. that a man needs oxygen to survive.
Be aware of the natural differences that exist within a group of students and do not It is therefore essential to be aware of the natural differences within a group of pupils and not to impose the same requirements and materials on all of them at all times.
This is precisely where the concept of universal pedagogy comes in:
Giving all students the enthusiasm to learn and the ability to acquire knowledge and skills by providing them with support tools skills by providing them with effective learning support tools, regardless of their level of knowledge and level of knowledge and ability.
From this point of view, multiplying approaches and tools is really just common sense and realism to help all learners progress, however different they may be, and thus feel useful and effective in their work. feel useful and effective in their role as teachers and parents, while still enjoying working and living with them. to work and live with them.
The wide range of adaptations offered on the AILE platform (larger fonts and spacing, choice of and spacing, choice of font, background colour, etc.) will help students with special needs special needs students in particular, but will in fact benefit all students in the class, whether they are All of these will help special needs students in particular, but will actually benefit all students in the classrooms, whether they are successful or struggling. None of them will benefit any particular learner, but they will help all learners. None of them will be an advantage for any particular learner, but they will help everyone to learn more smoothly, no matter how they how they work.
Human beings, even if they are similar, are all different.Each learner is therefore unique in his or her being, in his or her sensitivity and, above all, in his or […]