School students in the US promote inclusion
Students of an elementary school in the US are learning sign language to help a deaf classmate feel more included.
Jordan, a second grader is deaf. Jordan’s classmates wanted to communicate with him using sign language.
Their teacher started a sign language class and motivated the kids to learn different ways to communicate.
The kids have completed learning alphabets and numbers in sign language.
Now they are learning greetings and feelings.
This is an inspiring example to understand that people who learn differently shouldn’t be left out of a group. They should be included.