Saturday, October 8, 2011

Intellectually Challenged children have hopes, dreams, and feelings like all other students:

Special attention given to intellectually challenged
Special educators of SEVAI under Inclusive Education for intellectually challenged Students of Special Residential Bridge Course (SRBC) run by SEVAI under SSA remember that these students have hopes, dreams, and feelings like all other students. The teachers do not pity them, make fun of them, or fear them and teach them as they have the right to an education just like everybody else under SSA. Gentle teaching presumes the individual qualities of people. As core quality of people we recognize the quality of caring for each other. In a domineering culture, this quality cannot flourish. This goes for people who feel marginalized as well as for the people who serve them. The special educator help the kids feel safe, loved, loving and engaged. In many cases the special Educators are able to teach these students the same or slightly modified versions of lessons they teach students without disabilities, but they are aware that in some cases usual teaching methods may not be effective due to student ability and/or behaviours. The special educators Ask in advance about the student ability: as with students without disabilities, there is no point in teaching a lesson which is too easy or too difficult, student behaviours: what disturbs them or frightens them, loud noises, being touched, etc. and adjust their lessons appropriately and student likes and dislikes by using this knowledge to make their lessons more appealing to the students. The SRBC Classes for students with disabilities are often much smaller than classes for students without disabilities and Use this fact to their advantage when planning and conducting their classes. There is little point in spending lots of time teaching students with very high needs lots and lots of grammar theory. Instead you should focus on speaking, listening, and writing exercises: the more visual and hands-on turns to be better indeed, they try and get these students out of the classroom and take them for a walk around the school grounds and tell the students for things they see. This way of relating language to these students' physical world and experience is a very effective teaching method. Behavior is one of the greatest challenges a special education teacher faces. The resources help the special education teacher support their students help special education teachers in self contained classrooms guarantee classroom success. When behavior affects a student's academic performance, it is noted in the IEP. A Functional Behavior Analysis are being conducted and written by a special education professional, a psychologist or behavior specialist. Then a Behavior Intervention has been arrived in Special Residential Bridge Course run by SEVAI under SSA. -Govin

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