Academic performances of the students are the main focus of the teacher. They give their best just to make sure that their students are learning. Every student is willing to learn and to gain knowledge in various ways, even children with disabilities is not exempted for that. This system really helps the students with disabilities to learn together with regular students, and also it’s their happiness to be with regular students. Although inclusion system is a pleasure for children with disabilities because learning knows no bound, the researchers believe that inclusion system affects the classroom instructions, affects the teacher herself and affects the academic performances of students in West City Elementary, SY 2014-2015.
The Co-Teaching System An inclusion model I would implement in the school system for the disabled children would be a Co-Teacher model. There are many great benefits to this model, such as; A specialized teacher specifically for them to help them whenever needed, relieves stress on teacher, and it provides a safe classroom for the disabled children. Teachers are the models of life; they nurture our children to become the best they can be. But sometimes the joker of the deck will come out eventually and the teacher may have no experience on how to deal with it. This may make the disabled student uncomfortable, unsafe, confused, and very frustrated.
If a child is taught routine and structure, when they older they will learn to be more independent by doing things for themselves. The child knows what to expect each day and when to expect it is important for all children but extremely important for special needs children. Activities that were once a struggle can become an easy transition when children know what’s happening. Helping children feel safe, ready to take on new challenges, and developmental tasks
When children are dismiss these differences, they gain a relationship with each other, positive outcomes our produce, social skill become of existence, cognitive skills, fulfillment is express through joyful emotions. A feeling of acceptance allows children with disabilities to reach their IEP goals. Thus, leads to self-confidence, positive attitudes, and trust their self that they to gain the life skills needed to be independent. Learning can be taught to all children including those who have a disability. Every child is special and unique and have a learning style that works best for them.
This allows the child to communicate with other students and watch how they learn. It will also help to build communication skills. I have seen one on one how a child with a disability can positively impact a nondisabled child and vice versa. However, the teacher, parent, child and peers all need to work together for the best education
Education is the key to success and life. When children start school, that school is like their job which they have to attend and accomplish work. After all most teachers want their students to have a good education and understand the curriculum. However, not all the kids are the same. Humans are all unique with different processing techniques.
Introduction Parenting style is one of the most attributed issues when dealing with care for children by their own parents. Parents should be always knowledgeable about the impact of proper parenting so that their child will grow productively. In this case, the level of parenting issues can help to improve the process of child’s learning development. This paper is going to discuss at least three parenting style for children in order to explore more about these proper parenting styles, which could help to improve the child’s physical as well as cognitive aspects. The nature of providing proper parenting can be provided by guardians or parents who will be responsible for attending all of their children’s needs.
There are many ways for an educator to be ‘good’, they all have their own styles, strengths and weaknesses. As the ways they teach vary so are the qualities educators possess that enhance their teaching and make them ‘good’. There no definitive qualities that make an educator great, however it is a combination of many that work together to enhance and produce quality teaching that is more effective, inspire and capture the audience. These all work together to help create an environment the children feel safe, secure, comfortable and happy in, a space that encourages their learning. At the begging of the semester when asked “what makes a good educator?’ my answer was very broad including lots of qualities that didn’t seem to connect to each
Unit 1: A Unique Child I will be discussing how every child is unique and how they learn and progress. I will explain the benefits of meeting individual needs and how a practitioner can promote children’s physical and emotional wellbeing within an early years setting. I will then describe how principles of anti-discriminatory practice can be applied and why it is important to plan activities to meet individual needs. A unique child Every child has individual and unique needs which need to be met for the child to develop. Ways in which a practitioner can meet these needs are by, • Understanding and observing a child’s development and learning skills.
With therapy, treatment, support and love the child with sensory processing disorder can overcome many of the challenges he or she faces. They can learn techniques to help them do things that are hard for them. People should view all children as being equal even though some may have disabilities or disorders. Teachers and administrators should strive to teach all the children to their best ability and help every child in any way possible. With time and the help they need children can grow up to be great leaders and adults in the world no matter what circumstances may seem to hinder that.