How teachers can better connect with their disabled students — Life with Spina Bifida

When I was in school I always felt left out because there was always some activity I couldn’t do. Very rarely were their appropriate modifications so most of the time I just ended up watching my classmates do some fun activity. It finding friends difficult because my classmates always thought I was weird and was […]

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1 Response to How teachers can better connect with their disabled students — Life with Spina Bifida

  1. Pingback: Sarah Lynn/Life with Spina Bifida – Featured Blogger of the Week May 8, 2020 | Ups and Downs of Family History V2.0

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