On the other hand, if a child is blind or dead being in a regular classroom will not benefit them. How is a deaf child going to benefit from a normal classroom when the teacher does not even know sign language? It does not make sense for that child to be in a regular class. I also believe if a child has autism or a learning disability like dyslexia, the child is not going to thrive in a setting surrounded by “normal” kids. Some children do need to be put in a special program where they can receive the help they need to succeed.
1. Types of Learning Support Services This research focused on how the learning support services or personal tutoring affects the learning performance of the Grade II-B pupils in DMMMSU - Elementary Laboratory School. It is hoped that through this research the schools, government agencies or other private service providers will realize that all children should be provided equal opportunities and learning support services to
Mostly, dyslexia children won’t have self-confidence due to difficulties in pronunciation in words. They will see the words all like moving and upside down. Through this drumming, children can able to practice them in reading or pronunciations the words. The educator and parents can help them to teach for read the words and play with them using the drums. In psychosocial theory by Erick Erikson’s, the Industry Vs Inferiority said that the experience of industry, mastery and competence vs. lack of industry and feelings of failure and inferiority are central to a child’s healthy development.
Though children with learning disabilities can be seen as the underdogs, mentally slow, or retarded people by society. Many children with learning disabilities can learn to face and conquer these adversities which will make them stronger human beings in the end. When people take the time to stop and look for the signs and handle them immediately when the children are in their adolescence, their learning disabilities won’t hinder them as much later in their life. With the help of teachers, parents, school psychologists, researchers and more, we can change the way mentally challenged kids are perceived and help them become good functioning
Since the Thomas case, schools are no longer able to keep students out of school due to phobia or speculation. To this day, students with AIDS are considered handicapped and are protected by Section 504. If a school or parent thinks the student may impose a risk to their peers Section 504 requires an evaluation and placement process to determine the appropriate educational setting for the child, rather than a recommendation or a vote from a school board like presented in the Thomas case. The Thomas case impacted education because it protected the educational rights and the inclusion of handicapped children, eliminated exclusion based off of speculation and fear, and required schools to follow procedures before placing infected students in an alternative
Not only does recess help better attention in the classroom, there are also a lot of skills that cannot be taught in a classroom, but can be learned on a playground. The LIINK Project is one intervention that is being done to help improve academic skills through recess. Recess’ Benefits on Development In the text Educational Psychology, the reader learns the benefits of physical activity and recess on child development. Maria Montessori a physician who studied
By contrast, inclusion is about the children’s right to participate in education. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires that a continuum of placement options be able to meet the needs of students with disabilities. Years of research have contributed to our knowledge of how to successfully include students with disabilities in general education classes. In my opinion, children who are differently abled should not be included in the general education classroom because of their level of learning, their need for special attention and need to feel comfortable. Children who are differently abled should be in an environment where learning is going at their pace and level.
The failure to implement full inclusion appropriately has numerous detrimental effects on the parties involved. One disadvantage for full inclusion is that the socialization part precedes the academic component, notwithstanding the fact that it should not be the primary goal of education. Inclusion movements aim to make disabled students look normal, overlooking the issue of whether they are undertaking educational programs or not. This can have a negative effect on the academic progress of students with disabilities because important skills are not taught for the sake of the learner making physical presence in a full inclusion classroom. Fox (2013) claims that there is a need for disabled students to reap maximum benefits from this integration.
Once the child reached a certain age (middle childhood), they would stop talking to themselves thus developing what he called an “inner speech”. This would “represent the internalisation of words and the mental manipulation of them as symbols for objects in the environment.” (Martin et al., 2010). Whilst the child is developing their own vocabulary, there interaction with their surroundings and culture will help them to learn even more thus developing their cognitive skills during middle childhood. Being around and conversing with people assists children in understanding and empathising with others behaviours and emotions. Rogoff’s study (as cited in Martin, Carlson & Buskist, 2010) has shown that children become better problem solvers when
One the one hand, as for relationship with parents, based on a designed research done in 2014, the researchers found that those children who are educated by “traditional Asian way”, would have less time to get together with their parents and are more likely to be come into conflict with their parents compared to those who are educated in a softer way (Hsin and Xie, 8420-8421). The unfamiliar parent-child relationship might due to the dissatisfaction of children to their parents. Understandably, nobody wants to be controlled by others, even though by parents. Regardless of the over control, children are too young to understand that parents are just using a wrong way to concern about them. So they sometimes exaggerate parents’ “strict” to “evil suppression”, which makes their relationship with parents come to a deadlock.
Usually they require a speech therapist from a very young age. They may also find it easier to use simple sign language as a means of talking and this is known as a ‘Lamh’. Down syndrome children usually have mild learning disabilities which may mean when it comes to school they may need to be accompanied by a special needs assistant. As well as this they have short attention spans and therefore can only learn things within short sessions. Emotionally the child with Down syndrome can be sometimes affected due to them looking differently from their peers or siblings.
Research has shown that early interventions and treatment during the childhood have a significant impact on autistic individuals. Behavioral approaches are important to develop social interactions in autistic children who fail to interact with their family and friends in a useful manner. Research studies have proved that Applied Behavioral Analysis has shown vital improvement in the social functioning of the autistic kids (Jaffe, 2010). It is an in-depth structured approach that incorporates positive social behavior with the help of qualified personnel. Evidence-based research studies have widely supported one-to-one behavioral interaction method and group-based social skill training programs for improving autistic behaviors, positive interactions, social and behavioral skills (Downs, Downs, Johansen, & Fossum, 2007).