(2011) “ students exhibiting externalizing behaviors early in their educational careers are at later risk for high levels of risk taking behavior, substance abuse, and delinquency” (Candelaria et al., 2012, p.608). The implementation of anger management for this population can beneficial when implemented at an early age and develop the skills to cope with anger. Conclusion This paper has addressed the relevance of anger management intervention among children’s social and emotional outcomes in school settings. It also pointed out the main points covered in the article. As well, how the findings of the anger management can be applied to the identified population.
Preface Education is an important process for children to learn different kind of knowledge or languages that would deeply influence not only their course result but their future. Some students, however, are having difficulties in learning because of their disease or so-called the Learning disability that do not be able to catch up the class as other students. In nowadays education system, we will use various method in supporting those student in learning. Since those students who have Learning disability would stay in the class with other normal students, we called this as Integrated Education. In this essay, I would like to discuss the case of dyslexia and explain how we can help these kind of students by using specific teaching models and skills.
There are different techniques that can be used to teach ADHD kids but it is also important to know how this disease affects the child and their learning ability. ADHD is also known as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. It is a disease in the brain that affects people’s ability to organize, stay concentrated and to control impulses. However, studies have shown that this illness can be treated with medicine, therapy and different kinds of support (“What is ADHD”). This can help people in their everyday life, such as kids going to school and adults at work.
After a complete understanding of the basics of ADHD, a closer look at the education system is essential. The education of children relies on the teacher’s knowledge of ADHD, as well as parent student teacher relationships. There are also some important teaching tips that teacher can utilize in their teaching experiences of ADHD students. ADHD versus ADD There is one very distinct difference between Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) is no longer the correct terminology.
The literature suggests that students with PTSD are at an increased risk for social, academic, and emotional problems. By gaining a stronger awareness of PTSD and exploring the best instructional strategies and interventions for working with this population, I feel more prepared to successfully serve children with PTSD in the classroom. While exploring PTSD, I found that this condition is a relatively newly-recognized disorder, particularly in regard to children. Since the nineteenth century, researchers have been aware of the lasting effects traumatic experiences can have on a person’s life (Kinchin & Brown, 2001). Different terminology has been used throughout the years to describe PTSD, such as “nervous shock,” “traumatic neuroses,” and “fright neuroses,” but it was not until the Second World War that a detailed description of PTSD was considered by psychiatrists (Kinchin & Brown, 2001).
It is also important to understand what kind of policies and programs schools have in place to help aid and support children with autism. And lastly, a school needs to be aware and proactive in how they can help to decrease the stigma that surrounds children that full under the spectrum. A concern for families with children that have an Autistic Spectrum Disorder is how these students will be included and integrated into schools and how teachers will assist in their learning. Learners within the spectrum are often lacking in their social interaction and communication skills, and can sometimes display repetitive and unusual behaviours (AASE, 2005). Because of these characteristics, the student uses specific senses to gather information and learn.
They have concentration difficulties which affects their ability to succeed to the best of their abilities in school. While it may be easy to label anxious children as “worry warts,” it’s important to address child anxiety as soon as possible. According to Michael D. Yapko, Ph.D., childhood anxiety is often a precursor to the onset of depression in adults. In fact, many adults with depression have dual diagnoses of depression with anxiety; however, the onset of each disorder may be years apart. That’s why it’s important to note childhood anxiety as a red flag to problematic coping skills in the future.
These effects may include academic problems, social and emotional issues and may even lead into mental illness. Children with speech and language delays need professional intervention as young as possible. However even with intervention, some children are still at risk of suffering the negative effects of speech and language delay. Speech is the actual act of communicating through the use of words and sounds (American Family Physician, 1999 pg. 3121).
The behaviors that are associated with ADHD in children put them at risk for a host of other problems and complications such as completing their education, alcohol and other drug abuse, and an increased risk for delinquency. There has been much research on ADHD in recent years and many different types of medications and interventions have proven to be quite helpful. With the proper diagnosis and treatment, children with ADHD can learn to cope with the daily demands of the classroom, social situations, family interactions, and life in general. Therefore, it is imperative that teachers, administrators, and school counselors become familiar with the characteristics of children with ADHD. It is also vital that they know how to properly assess for diagnosing ADHD, and that they learn the intervention strategies for children, along with their families.
In her Article “With positive attitude, early intervention, children can overcome learning disabilities” Knudson stated that “Dyslexia is a neurological disorder that causes the brain to process and interpret information differently.” Getting the help you need any person or child with dyslexia can overcome this obstacle to become a better reader and writer. Children with this disability at a young age usually have a hard time learning motor skills. Doing a simple task that a child with disability can learn easily comes hard to them such as using utensils to eat or getting dressed, they tend to take longer to learn these things (Hall, Wendy Dawsonera 24). In the classroom the classroom when