The motive of imparting education to an individual is to help them become free from any kind of dependence. Education enables us to carry ourselves confidently in the world. And in a school where we’re dealing with kids with special needs, it is very important to follow the right approach.
At MBCN, it is our prime concern to give a warm, nurturing environment to our students, which gives them plenty of scope to grow in terms of academics, communications, social skills, basic application sciences and self-care skills. Our teaching programmes have been developed after careful consideration of their special needs, and each one leaves a positive impact on the children.
Each child at MBCN benefits from customized Individual Education Programme (IEP) that is focused to develop academic skills, communication skills, social skills, motor skills, applied and functional academics, self-care, life skills, recreational skills and prevocational skills through research-based methodologies. We provide training for children with all kinds of learning difficulties such as intellectual challenges, physical disabilities, autism, speech & hearing impairments and multiple disabilities.
Adapting to a Child with Hearing Loss: A Teacher’s Perspective
A teacher’s job is to ensure that his/her students have a hunger to learn overcoming all odds and limitations. Even though the child has a hearing impairmentand requires extra care. Being a teacher for special children, I have learnt adapting to different teaching strategies that work in the classroom setting. But before taking any step, I try to analyse the extent of hearing impairment every child suffers from. Proper assessment of the situation allows me to ensure educational accessibility for these special children.