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Hi everyone, any advice/reference for writing a blog about the contemporary issues in special needs education in UK
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* Decide on what subcategories you are going to focus on- having some main themes may help with organising your thoughts.
* Do lots of academic reading
* Think of adults with a disability as well as children
* Interview current activists- there are lots of people on instagram who are vocal about advocating for equality and other civil rights for example.
* Be involved in a community so you can link the theoretical practice to the practical
* Make the content accessible- ie that software can read it aloud or if you have videos make sure they are close captioned. As a dyslexic, I can't stand it when I can't use my assistive software with a website
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(Original post by meaghan sharp)
* Decide on what subcategories you are going to focus on- having some main themes may help with organising your thoughts.
* Do lots of academic reading
* Think of adults with a disability as well as children
* Interview current activists- there are lots of people on instagram who are vocal about advocating for equality and other civil rights for example.
* Be involved in a community so you can link the theoretical practice to the practical
* Make the content accessible- ie that software can read it aloud or if you have videos make sure they are close captioned. As a dyslexic, I can't stand it when I can't use my assistive software with a website
thank you, any advice or thought about the Policy?
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thank you, any advice or thought about the Policy?
any resource please
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thank you, any advice or thought about the Policy?
What do you mean? which policy, each school has their own and the government has its own... You have to be more specific.
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This is a idea

You can start by addressing the lack of consistency. Consider disabled adults as well as disabled kiddos and infants. Explain how you aim to make a true difference. Research and read up on the relevant legal issues. Make a big list of categories first for ease. Refer to it. Contact some schools for advice and information. Try local care companies too as they could help somewhat.
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