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How can teachers best lead language classes, special education classes, or communication classes while protecting themselves and their students?
This fall, American teachers are considering that very question.
With some students coming back to school for classes,
teachers have begun experimenting with unusual objects, special kinds of masks or face coverings, and even protective bubbles.
Stephanie Wanzer is a teacher who works with special education students in Fairfield County, Connecticut.
Special education is a term for classes with students who have special needs because of physical or learning issues.
While teaching, Wanzer says she would like students to see her smile, so that they know she is happy.
But they cannot see her face because of her mask. Instead, Wanzer uses an unusual object - a stick with an image of a smile.
Wanzer recently described working with one student to the Associated Press.
教师如何在保护自己和学生的同时,最好地引导语言班、特殊教育班或沟通类班级?
今年秋天,美国教师就在考虑这个问题。
随着一些学生返回学校上课,
老师们开始尝试使用一些不寻常的物品,特殊种类的口罩或面罩,甚至是防护圈。
斯蒂芬妮・万泽是康涅狄格州费尔菲尔德县特殊教育学生的教师,
特殊教育是指为因身体或学习问题而存在特殊需求的学生上课的一个术语。
在教学过程中,万泽说她希望学生们看到她的微笑,这样他们就知道她很快乐。
但是他们看不到她的脸,因为她带着口罩。万泽使用了一种不寻常的物体,一根带有微笑图案的棍子。
万泽最近向美联社描述了与一名学生的教学情境。
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