Ange Anderson is an experienced educator and author who has introduced various therapeutic and technological interventions in her school to support students with learning differences. She emphasizes the importance of play in the development of neurodivergent children, regardless of their specific neurodivergent condition.
In today’s interview, we’re covering:
- What are play schemas, and why should we know about them?
- What is DIR floortime, and how does it work?
- How has Ange created a student-led environment in her school?
- How can other educators offer more therapeutical approaches for disabled kids at school?
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