"One of the most remarkable aspects of modern education is the great diversity of today’s classroom. Thanks to mainstreaming and inclusion policies, students of all abilities study in all classrooms from kindergarten through college, even when they have physical, psychological, or cognitive disabilities that seem too challenging to integrate or excluded them from traditional classrooms in the past. This has been a benefit not just for disabled students, who gain educational opportunities, but also for their non-disabled colleagues, who learn that a student with a disability is in most ways just the same as they are, and no one to fear."
This is a wonderful book from the British Council that I was lucky enough to co-edit with Alan Maley. The book is a collection of creative classroom ideas from a mix of new writers and some of the most experienced ELT writers around the world.
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"Nowadays, technology has changed the world, be it the technology in education or technology in any sector of the economy. It surely has changed the global platform. You can stay connected to each other, whether you are near or far away. Technology has enhanced the social media impacts on our lives. It looks so hard to imagine life without technology, there is no charm in life without technology, so by summing up it becomes the essential part of our life and need of the world as well."
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