Teachers work with a mixed bag of children on the whole.
There will be the obvious one who stands out from the crowd for whatever reason. One will find it hard to focus on what everyone else is doing, and sees things from a completely different point of view. There may be one who stands at a distance from the rest, who observes but doesn't join in. Some rub shoulders with other children and pick up their helpful/unhelpful habits.
But each one is different, and Inclusion is what we want for each one - not that they copy a stereotype but that each feel accepted and valued for who they are.
Oranges make quite a good visual aid
Many thanks to pamelajean
and to Trev
for giving their UAs to Cats and Dogs
. They were very much appreciated
Thanks for looking
Specialist and abstract
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