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Mousavi: Students with special needs will be supported in Qazvin

Seyed Mohammad Mousavi, head of the Disability Association of Tavana (DAT), said on Thursday, November 2nd, 2017, that disabled people should know that if they had been waiting for the state and government officials


Seyed Mohammad Mousavi, head of the Disability Association of Tavana (DAT), said on Thursday, November 2nd, 2017, that disabled people should know that if they had been waiting for the state and government officials to expose them to fundamental developments in their lives, they would have never been able to achieve all these accomplishments and find out their current enhanced status, Mehr News Agency reported. Speaking in the First Conference on Training and Capacity Building among Teachers of First Grade Students of Qazvin, the DAT chief added: “We should also endeavor to remove the obstacles that prevent our kids from education.” “We should accept that oil is no longer our national capital; rather, the kids, children, and young adults should be considered as invaluable assets for constructing the future of the country and due importance should be attached to them,” he continued. Elsewhere in his remark, Mousavi pointed out: “For all of us, the first year of school is one of the everlasting memories that can never be forgotten. Therefore, we should do our best to employ the most excellent teachers for students who are in grade 1 so that they become interested in school and continue their education with further motivations in upcoming years.”

Disabled individuals can be good advisors to managers The DAT founder said: “We did not allow the disabled individuals to be beggars in Qazvin Province. We established a production plant that some 92 percent of its staffs are disabled people. In terms of industrial production, we were actually able to provide a practical example for industrialists and producers and prove that disabled individuals enjoy extensive potentials and nurture valuable economic ideas.” Referring to fact that primary school teachers are actually formulating the scientific foundation of the society, Mousavi pointed out: “We should attach great importance to primary school teachers and respect them in the society.” “The Disability Association of Tavana (DAT) in Qazvin Province is fully prepared to cooperate with the Education Department to support studious primary school teachers in order to implement new teaching methodologies for capacity building among disabled students,” Mousavi observed. The DAT head argued that it is probably true that disabled people are suffering from some shortcomings and defects; however, they have plenty of time to think and, therefore, they can be considered as efficient advisors and capable researchers in supporting the government decision-makers. “According to an agreement between DAT and Education Department of Qazvin Province, educational and specialized courses have been scheduled for enhancing the scientific basis of Grade 1 primary school teachers so that further attention is paid to students with special needs in this province,” Moisavi concluded.

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Saturday 2017/11/11

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