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    Special Educational Needs What are the four separate categories of Special Educational Needs and constituent sub-categories, as detailed in the S.E.R.C. report? 1. Pupils with learning difficulties and disorders ·     Pupils in need of Remedial Teaching (Learning Support) ·     Pupils with Specific Learning Disabilities ·     Pupils with Specific Speech and Language disorders 2. Pupils with Physical and Sensory Disabilities ·     Pupils with Physical Handicap ·     Pupils with Hearing Impairment

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    Stephen Hawking was born on January 8th 1942. His parents’ house was situated in North London, but during the Second World War, which commenced in 1939, his parents re-located to the city of Oxford due to safety fears in London. At this time, Oxford was considered to be one of, if not the safest place in England to have babies. Stephen was born in Oxford, and he lived there with his parents for the first eight years of his life. It was at this point that he moved back down to London to an

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    The Impact of ICT on a Person with Special Needs [IMAGE] Andrea is 11 years old and is in Year 6 of St. Francis R.C Primary School in the south east of London, Peckham. She likes to go swimming, play with her dog and have friends over. She been in four plays and has even received two standing ovations. She has travelled abroad to many places such as Italy, France, Belgium and Germany, next summer she hopes to go to Scotland. Like most children her age, she is interested in many things

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    "completed word ´needs´at end of essay so it made sense. Are Children with Special Needs More Likely to Commit School Violence? 1. Denise (Smith) Skarbek Denise (Smith) Skarbek worked as a special education teacher for children with mild disabilities before becoming a professor in the department of special education at Indiana University at South Bend. Her interest in special education led her to research the relationship between children with special needs and school violence

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    Prepping Special Needs

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    Prepping With Special Needs Special needs would be anything considered beyond normal, and the so-called normal is not the same for everyone or every family. Therefore, it is up to you as an individual or family to determine special needs when it comes to prepping. Obvious special needs would include needed medications and syringes for diabetes. Prosthetics for loss of limbs and needed devices or service animals for those that have lost or have limited eyesight or other physical or mental disabilities

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    Special Needs Reflection

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    As an educators, we never stop learning new ways in how to help students with special needs succeed in the classroom. For this reason, we must learn and work together collaboratively to create new ways to promote student learning. Reflecting to adjust instructional strategies is one thing that every educator must implement in the classroom to meet the different needs of students with special needs. As an educator, I have experienced that everything we do in the classroom, affects our students positively

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    for someone with special needs, a daily, never ending struggle for “normality.” Although disabilities can be coped with, but there is no cure. Not even fifty years ago proper education for handicapped was hard to come by. Since the 1600s, the lives of those with special needs have been greatly improved through an increase in the public awareness of disorders and teacher education, which have come together to create the special needs education programs we have today. II. Special Education is available

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    Essay On Special Needs

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    and Comp, 3 Date Title Messy Question: How has the education, therapy, treatment, and legislation for people with special needs evolved to the 21st century? Special needs can mean a lot of different things to different people. The main definition of kids with special needs are kids who need more help than others due to medical, emotional, or learning problems (“Kids With Special Needs”). Some kids may require wheelchairs or braces to walk with while others may use hearing aids or specific apps to

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    1. What do you consider to be one of your greatest challenges in being a parent of a child with a severe disability? There are several challenges and blessings to being a parent of a special needs child. Additionally, the challenges have changed as our child has grown. When she was little the greatest challenge was probably accepting the disability and how others perceived the disability as well. As she grew, it was the worry about educational and medical options that would best benefit and assist

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    Students With Special Needs

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    and procedures that must be followed when dealing with students in special education who receive instruction through their individualized education plan (IEP). These students in special education are protected under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) which is legislation that presides over the special education process for students until they reach the legal age of twenty-one. These laws that ensure that special education students receive a quality, free education but they can

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