Cognitive inclusion at school

"Inclusión cognitiva en el cole"
Spanish C1 writing exercise

Learn about this cognitive inclusion project.

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "in this regard", "nonverbal", "to promote", "pictogram" and "functional diversity".

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For cognitive accessibility in society to become a reality, it would be necessary to start working on it from the educational centers. In this regard, I have read several pages of a pedagogical project where all students are considered agent and protagonist of this accesibility participating, executing and evaluating the different actions in the classroom. According to the project, the educational centers must use nonverbal means of communication as a strategy to promote cognitive accessibility. These resources range from the use of pictograms in all the center's spaces, song interpretation with gestures, signage of the school environment with posters and to many other ideas that are extremely useful. In addition, a model of rights has been introduced to the project of people with functional diversity, and numerous informative talks are being given for students to understand the objectives of this exciting plan. In the future, I hope we will have achieved complete cognitive accessibility on a local, national, etc. scale.

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