Neurodiversity and Education
Updated: Aug 8
Neurodiversity is a term often used to describe how people process and respond to information they take in. As a result of this process, people can have a wide range of different experiences in the world. It is also a diagnostic element in areas such as autism, ADHD, developmental disorders, dyslexia, etc.
However, outside direct diagnostic usage, it is often not considered in schools. Dinah Aitken and Sue Fletcher-Watson wrote an excellent piece on how schools can begin to approach neurodiversity through affirmative education.
Click HERE to read the article.
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