Barriers come in many forms, such as when key persons are doing observations and planning. The parents may lack in confidence to give any suggestions or feel that their contribution isn’t worth making at all; they may also not want to get involved in this. However practitioner should let the parents of the child take charge on the suggestion making, instead of the practitioners taking charge. This allows the parents to feel valued and respect being given such an important role, building the parents confidence as their suggestions have be taken into
Tiara Warmack 3/16/2014 SPE-226 Educating the Exceptional Learner Instructor Crystal McCabe Life Long Learning Lifelong learning is something that everyone achieves whether they try to or not. People learn something different everyday even though they may not pay attention to the lesson. People take education for granted as well as continuing to become more educated over the course of life. People with disabilities thrive at the chance to learn because the odds are against them. What most people take for granted is what people with disabilities wish they could accomplish as easy as those without disabilities.
If I was to have a challenging child in my class then I would was to involve the parents or caregivers and let them be on the same page as I am. And I’m sure as a parent they would want to have more of an understanding as to why their child is the way they are
I just want to start off by saying How to Talk so Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk, by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish is an amazing book. The title pretty much tells you what the book is about: How to effectively communicate with your child as a parent, or in my case as a future teacher. I began reading this book with high expectation, hoping I could pick up a few things on how to communicate with my students in future classrooms. In general, parents and adults think that authoritarian actions speak far louder than words because kids should behave the way their parents expect them to. However, I was surprised to discover that just a few twisting of the words and some changes in the language could do the trick, while saving/and or creating the parent-and-child relationship.
Thinking about Torey Hayden’s students and my cousin I began to think about all those children and people who are on the border, they have some sort of disability, but they are aware of it and can sense this different way people look at them and treat them. This issue of separateness and an omnipresent stigma of being different or strange or crazy attached to our special education students is exactly why I feel it is so important that they can be part of a mainstream classroom, in which the teacher can create a community of acceptance and appreciation for all. Though this may seem idealistic, where are we going to move to as a society made up of fatalists, such as Edna and the doctor who
Those parents have to stay vigorously involved in schooling their kids. Surely the obligation to ensure our nation’s future must be shared also by those who don’t have children in the public schools. Those people who should take an interest in the students that will eventually be stepping into the workforce. They should be developing work-study groups, internships and job placement banks that they can recruit and develop to be successful. Evidently, the tasks of educating our children nowadays are a lot more difficult than simple examinations and easy solutions.
Children must have a role model, most of the time is the teacher or family, but if they are not able to supply the demands than the child may look up to a trouble maker. It is important to always look for the good in a child and praise them for positive accomplishments even if they have misbehaving
Also if there ever come a time when I have to deal with a child when they are being rude, I would have to be patient with the child and also try to get the child to trust me. Although when I go into my field, I would like to learn how to better understand each individual child's problem and learn how to deal with it. My major has been a huge part of my life on how I would better myself as well as being a great early childhood development
One reason would be individuals who are vulnerable and unable to protect themselves would be one purpose. Another would be to ensure a child the rights by providing a good general growing environment, by assisting the custodians in child upbringing and by providing family-oriented and individual child welfare. Now let me take a moment to side track this research and give you some facts about the child welfare law. Although I didn’t use it when I was little it was around but just like myself there are ones that are frighten to come forward. Child welfare law make itself be known threw out the public.
For example parents of children with disabilities cannot take for granted that their child will be educated at their local school and many will have to fight for this if this is what they want. Despite the fact that there is greater acceptance of the idea of inclusion, there are not always the supports in place, or teacher willingness and ability, to make it work. Current cuts to special education funding pose a threat to the