Some children do have Differential Learning Ability .. we need to just encourage & explore November 12, 2009Posted by aglakadam in career guidance and counselling, Children n Students, parenting.
Tags: ability, बच्चो, belief, children, guidance, success, yuva
Tare Jameen Pe was a thought revolution. Just think…
Today in 21st Century we have to run to stay where we are.. to move ahead we have to struggle our way amidst a huge set of challenges and obstacles…. Survival is a struggle in todays cut throat competitive world. One’s abilities and education are on real test of fitness as on date.
In such a scenario how often do we empathise with children having learning disabilities! Leave the world aside, even parent’s do not recognize this for their children…
I am of the opinion that children with learning disability deserve the same growth opportunities as any normal people have. Usually Children with learning disabilities do struggle with homework for obvious reasons. They might have retention problems or have difficulty with decoding words or calculating mathematical equations, but we should not forget that GOD had also gifted special ability to children with learning disability and that special ability is the way towards fame.
How can we forget Albert Einstein the Mathematician/Physicist who had a learning disability and did not speak until age 3. He had a very difficult time doing maths in school, but today he is known as “Father of Modern Physics”.
The only effort requires by us is try to become a teacher like Aamir khan (role played by him in “Tarre zameen Par”). Parents are require to motivate their child with learning disability for improving their Special ability and can make career in the same. Their special ability can either be in painting, singing, swimming, dancing or could be anything.
I appreciate to those producers’ directors who throw light on the issues of career for children with learning disability, now it’s our turn to make a career of “children with learning disability in their special ability”
Richa Gurwani / http://www.aglakadam.com // 1.59 am // 12.11.2009