Five inclusive Friday links

As a former schoolteacher, I felt like commenting on the TV2 broadcast that ran across the screen last night. The broadcast was about the situation in a 6th grade at a school in H√łng. In a matter of very few seconds, it became clear to the viewers that there was more ragnarok than order in that classroom.

I in no way want to blame the teacher. He and a colleague really made a good effort to create a space with space for well-being and learning. Unfortunately for the teacher couple, there are students in the class who were unreasonably allowed to run the business.

And why so? Can’t you just ask these students to hold the bucket and listen? Yes, you can – it just does not help. And why not? Well, because basically they are not able to hold the bucket and listen. It is not longer.

In other words, one can say that these students are not ready to enter a learning space where one shows consideration for others. They apparently do not understand what it means to be part of a school day where there is room for something other than their egos. And the students, so to speak, can not be blamed either. They may have diagnoses on the health card that make them incapable of entering like other children.

Back to the special class

Years ago, it was decided by law that all students should be included in class hours. When I was a kid, we had special classes. This meant that students with special needs could be placed there and taught on terms other than those we experienced in class. It was good for those students. And that was good for us and my teachers, because then they could concentrate on teaching instead of spending time on parenting.

I think this law of inclusion should be scrapped and sent to where the pepper grows. However, let us recognize that students with special needs do not always have to be in the same room as children with completely normal and “normal” conditions for learning. It is completely unreasonable for a few students to ruin it for the many. Inclusion out – quality in.

It’s Friday and today we have to visit the internet to get to know more about the local elections, image processing, culture and national football matches.

https://www.resonator.dk: Delicious domain with great content. It’s about community between cultural places.

https://komunalvalg.dk: Yes, it’s on Tuesday. Now get going and put your tick. And where do you think this website will take you?

https://remini.ai: Ralphus in the forum produces this software tip, which is about photo processing.

http://www.landskampen.dk: I do not hope that the people behind this website update it regularly, because then they are behind. Otherwise a labyrinthine domain. We are betting on a Danish victory tonight.

https://www.stem.dk: I repeat – it happens on Tuesday. Then get going and assert your democratic right.


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