Teachers are bound to come encounter students in the course of their career who have a learning disability of one kind or another, but they should not be concerned that this will take up an inordinate amount of their time and resources since there are simple ways of supporting such students, partly through the use of modern technology but also through simple adaptations to teaching and assessment methods. All students should be treated as individuals who deserve equality in the classroom, which does not mean being treated as if they are all the same, but that adjustments are made in accordance with the needs of the individual learners.
|Title of host publication||The Legal Academic's Handbook|
|Editors||Chris Ashford, Jessica Guth|
|Publisher||Palgrave Macmillan UK|
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|