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 What 'A' levels do you need for teaching children who have Down syndrome?

Answer Teachers who work with children who have disabilities in the UK are known as special educational needs (SEN) teachers.A The prerequisite for becoming an SEN teacher is qualified teacher status (QTS... Read More »
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Teaching a child with aspergers syndrome?

My son has help in the mornings only with the teacher's assistant. He can become overwelmed with the work if he is asked to do 4 or 5 things at the same time. He will forget what to do and get con... Read More »
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What are the teaching techniques for a child with Down syndrome?

Be patient and repeat yourself! Don't treat them like they are stupid.
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What do children with Down syndrome do for fun?

They do things like a typical child; they can do everything that a "normal" child can do.
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