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  • Making Special Education Inclusive: A New and Collaborative Way Forward

      Making special education inclusive:  A new and collaborative way forward   Pua Chee Ling of Dika College, and Tanya Elizabeth Catterall and Joanne Marie Charman of Autism New Zealand, (ANZ) shared their thoughts on why and how special education must be made inclusive within the school, work and community system; and the urgency for

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  • DIKA ALUMNUS SERIES: NORHAMIMAH NAZARUDDIN

      Hi everyone, I’m Norhamimah binti Nazaruddin and this is my story. After my Form Five I did a Diploma in Culinary Arts at UiTM Shah Alam. When I completed by studies I volunteered for two years for the Johor Bahru Spastic Association, after which I moved to KL to work as a Guru Sandaran

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  • Dialogue in the Dark: Reflect

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      DIALOGUE IN THE DARK: REFLECTION   By Suria Hani binti Mohd Kasan, Diploma in Early Childhood Education   As I made my way to The Weld on the 12th of June, a tiny part of me felt jittery at the thought of fumbling around in pitch black darkness with a group of random college-mates I barely

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  • Academic Activity: Dialogue in the Dark

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      THE UNSEEN CONVERSATIONS: DIALOGUE IN THE DARK IS PERCEPTION A REALITY? True for most not for some. Wikipedia worded “senses” as a psychological capacity of organisms that provides data for perception. Typical humans have 5 basic senses: sight (vision), sound (hearing), taste (gustation), smell (olfaction), and touch (somatosensation).  What if one of the basic

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  • An Ode to Teachers by Dika College

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      An Ode to Teachers, by the Dika Family Dear teacher, You may be away from me, but your teachings will never be, Shazreen You had the tough role of a superhero – to bring out the very best in me, Diana You awakened my joy, creativity, expression and knowledge, Adni You are the guiding

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