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Teacher's reflective writing: My school experience on Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND) ........... Teacher in tr
Design & Technology
Pages 3 (753 words)
Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Name Course Name Professor University Department Date Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND) I am a secondary school teacher in training majoring in design and technology. As part of my course, it has become mandatory to acquire hands-on experience in dealing with children with Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND)…
It is evident children with special needs require special attention. As a teacher, it is of significance to devise novel techniques and methods of dealing with these children. The hyperactive kid doesn’t sit down at a place for long without interfering with the other kids in his class or drumming on the desk, or running out of class and hiding somewhere. According to Gade (2002), “One of the most serious problems for hyperactive children is their asocial behaviour due to their attention deficit and the lack of impulse control. And most of the conflicts arise when being together with other kids” (p. 21). As a teacher, it would be important to create and implement plans of action in teaching the hyperactive kid based on this fact. One of the issues that contribute to this funny behaviour depicted by the hyperactive kid particularly running away and hiding somewhere is because hyperactive children are disturbed by a mixture of noises. In the presence of other classmates, this kid is bothered and consequently aggravated as a result of various or countless intuitions in his brain. This confusion develops into the running away and hiding and interfering with other kids (Armstrong, 1999). ...
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