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Teachers Learn A Variety Of Skills: Naliva

Problems normally faced by special school teachers were eased with new skills they would be able to adopted during a workshop organised by the Ministry of Education in Labasa. Senior
06 May 2017 11:00
Teachers Learn A Variety Of Skills: Naliva
Aswin Lata(closest to camera) with other participants at disability workshop at Scouts hall in Labasa on May 5 2017. PHOTO: Peni Drauna

Problems normally faced by special school teachers were eased with new skills they would be able to adopted during a workshop organised by the Ministry of Education in Labasa.

Senior Education Special and Inclusive Officer Litea Naliva said this during the two-day Disability Workshop at the Scouts Hall in Labasa yesterday attended by 32 teachers from Vanua Levu.

Nasavusavu Special School teacher Ana Makitalena said the workshop had improved her teaching techniques and would now be able to utilise them in her classes.

“It gives me different types of techniques an how to teach special school students in my school,” Ms Makitalena said.

South Taveuni Primary school Teacher Aswin Lata said it would improve the way she taught both special and normal students.

“We have special students and normal students and this workshop gives us techniques of teaching students in a different way,” Ms Lata said.

Ms Naliva said teachers needed to make sure there were knowledgeable on subjects to enable children with disabilities to receive quality education.

She said the workshop was an opportunity to bring the teachers up to speed with the Ministry of Education’s reforms on the plans for special inclusive education.

The workshop ended yesterday.

Edited by Rusiate Mataika

peni.drauna@fijisun.com.fj

 

 

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