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Teaching A Child Who Was Born Blind

Tips on how to adapt your teaching to be more inclusive to visually impaired children

Teaching is a skill/gift that needs to be adapted, evaluated and then re-evaluated in order to give your very best to the learners.

We are going to explore a past teaching experience (which inspired me to write this) and the methods you…

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C S Bhambra

C S Bhambra

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