I was initially sceptical, much to my shame, about the difference that sensory support could have in the classroom. The turning point for me was when a colleague suggested I print some text on a dark blue background. The impact with a couple of students, often seen as challenging, was astounding.
With the introduction of Interactive Whiteboards, I always presented writing in a light colour on a dark background, usually dark blue, as this seemed to have both a calming and inclusive element in engaging learners.
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