Special “parents” of students with visual impairments at Nguyen Dinh Chieu school

Monday, 2018-11-19 14:40:32
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Teacher Le Thi Hien Anh and a student of Nguyen Dinh Chieu school
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NDO – It is not easy being a teacher, but teaching and caring for students with disabilities is even more difficult as it requires not only special classroom skills but also distinctive characteristics.

With such perception in mind, teachers at Nguyen Dinh Chieu School for students with visual impairments have promoted the greatest patience and enthusiasm at work to provide their students with both knowledge and necessary social skills to integrate into the community.

Experiencing the growth and maturity of students is a valuable reward for the teachers, who have served as special “parents” to the students.

With 32 years experience in teaching visually-impaired students, teacher Le Thi Hien Anh has developed many projects and initiatives targeting these special students.

Many of Hien Anh’s students have achieved good academic results.

Ngo Van Hieu, who used to be a student of Nguyen Dinh Chieu, was invited to become a teacher of the school after he graduated from the College of Education.

Hieu is currently a teacher of mathematics and computer science.

He has had 14 years of experience at the school.

According to Hieu, all teachers at Nguyen Dinh Chieu school share the same hope that their students will be equipped with necessary knowledge and skills to successfully integrate into the society.

Therefore, he always tries to share difficulties and stand side by side with his students…

…and help them to broaden their knowledge.

Students at a class of teacher Le Thi Hien Anh