Visit a classroom where there are children with severe disabilities. Do not ask anyone there if a child sees or hears. OBSERVE the children in the classroom to see if there may be sensory issues with some children - previously undetected or undocumented. In fact, NOT reading other documentation (the child’s file) ahead of time helps to practice the art of observation. You can always go back and read the child’s file later.
Examples of children you might focus on:
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