Best Day in Room a: Sign Language for School Activities

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Therefore, the Warnock Report, named after Mary Warnock saw it deemed that she does a research and assessment of the needs of children thus forming a commission which brought about the dealing away with categorisation and looking at the needs and also re-enfor... [tags: Special Education, Special Needs] Discussion of the Range of Technologies that an Individual with Special Needs Uses - Discussion of the Range of Technologies that an Individual with Special Needs Uses In this report I am going to discuss a wide range of technologies that a person with special needs uses.

Pages: 32

Publisher: Magic Wagon (August 15, 2009)

ISBN: 1602706670

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