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Rira Lee


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Nowadays, everyone talks about future education. Metaverse is also becoming a common word now. But I'm worried. Can students with disabilities, who have difficulty even with the textbooks, and students with an ambiguous level, who are on the boundary disorder, follow all these trends? Of course, I am not a special education teacher. Unless it is an educational issue that I should be concerned about, I strongly oppose it. The English class is entirely my responsibility, and I am not only teaching English, but students also learn digital literacy in my class. When it comes to cultural exchange classes with other countries, it is not right to conduct them all mainly with high-level students. No matter who they are, they are eligible for the qualifications and opportunities to become a global citizen any time. In a multi-level classroom, can we keep students who may have borderline disabilities—and indeed those with disabilities—on their journey to becoming the talent of the future? I have tried various counseling to provide better educational services for students with disabilities. Most of the teachers who specialize in other subjects often feel that there is nothing that students with disabilities can do. So they neglected the students or offered simple drawings. Even the special education teachers wondered what I was trying to do and said I didn't have to work too hard. So, where can these cranes get their vision for the future? Does it have to be a special class?

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