Sunday, May 10, 2009

I hear you.

I see many web mentions about "Do you hear me?" or "Are you listening?". I have many times wondered about the mental pleasures that might evolve when the severely handicapped emotive being knows that someone does hear, someone is listening. Facilitating community switch activities in the mornings provides an excellent opportunity to reestablish communition relationships. The students served by this classroom have much in common, and yet, of course, are each as individual will be found among any group of students. One common reality for each of this group of students relates to their general inability to demonstrate any functional awareness of cause and effect. More later.

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