Online learning during lockdown helps us find ways to teach differently abled students

Marcia Lyner-Cleophas, Maverick

Students are usually assessed in specific ways during a specific period, such as two or three hours answering memorised questions. Given the current online reality, we are now forced to consider and to work with students with varying abilities who do not fit into the average mould described above. More importantly, we must think of all students and the type of teaching, learning and assessment that would work best for all students. The use of assistive technology has always been part of the support needed for many students with disabilities, but its availability was mixed.

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