Saturday, September 10, 2005

What do we do with colour blind students taking Geography?

So far, we have been emphasizing visuals in our microlessons. But what do we do when there are students in our classes who are colour blind? I had a classmate who was colour blind when I was in Secondary school. He had problems telling the colour of the precipitate during chemical experiments. As a result, our chemistry teacher asked another classmate to partner him during lab sessions. But we teased him a lot when we found out. However, he doesn't seem to have this problem during Geography. I don't know whether if he didn't admit that he was having problems because he's afraid of the class teasing him again, or if it was geniune that Geography was less a problem to him.

I wonder if we can have any suggestions?


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