Before the introduction of compulsory education laws in the 19th century, education of children was conducted mainly in their homes and families.
This body of research is important in that it was able to show the validity of the case study methodology at arriving at a clear and concise decision was to whether inclusion works in special [...]
The objective of this study is to find the different approaches that can be used in teaching phonics and the whole language to students with varied severe disabilities.
Teaching individuals with physical and mental disabilities the life skills needed to compensate for their disadvantages are considered to be the key factor to ensuring a relatively safe, functional, and happy life for those individuals.
This theoretical framework will contribute to the validation of the perspectives used by the teachers to construct their system of beliefs regarding the process of teaching ABS to students with ID.
The most common type of communication is verbal, which is performed with the help of speaking. Secondly, I realise that there is a challenge of Roger being unwilling to engage in communication with me, and [...]
While focusing on the individual differences of this student in the classroom, it is possible to state that Ronny is usually positive and friendly, and he likes to interact with other children, but he also [...]
In this case, the reaction of relatives to the diagnosis of a developmental delay or another serious disorder in their child may be different.
In alignment with the concept of inclusive education, a school should seek empowerment through diversity and support and encourage all students despite the challenges they might have.
Based on Maria's problems, I would offer to include the girl in the program of work with the professionals of speech-language pathologies, as well as to involve family training and counseling specialists.
A kindergarten inclusion classroom needs to meet a number of requirements to be classified as such: it should be aesthetically pleasing, challenging, age-appropriate, and safe for differently-abled children.
Hence, a curriculum based on the developmental perspective would take the specifics of each age group into consideration to moderate the contents of lessons and the difficulty of proposed tasks.
At the moment, M.is more verbal with his parents and siblings and reacts adequately to them, especially in repeated day-to-day situations.
As someone who has been struggling with the obstacles that my blindness poses to the general progress and my functioning in the social setting, I will be able to introduce the techniques and approaches that [...]
The topic of the workshop is "Understanding the challenges and concerns of children with special needs: What can parents do to help?" It is expected that the workshop will help parents reach the following goals: [...]
Thus, it is the responsibility of a classroom teacher to notice any discrepancies in a child's development and to inform parents to provide a child with the support of specialists.
By definition, the phenomenon involves introducing the students to the concept of research and the idea of using observations as the starting point for conducting a study.
In her book, Grandin traces her life experience with autism and also proves that the condition is preventable. As a reader, I can recommend the book to families and victims of autism.
According to the outcomes of the interview with a local educator, it is essential to ensure the presence of specific spatial elements, the introduction of differentiated instructions, and the focus on improved communication.
The completed exercise has equipped me with various ideas and concepts that can be used to meet the needs of different children.
As for the most appropriate setting, it is possible to seat the child near the teacher. It is possible to provide instructions with the help of visual aids.
It is based on this that the parents indicated that from a young age they continuously supervised their child and implemented various methods of home-based learning activities to increase his intellectual capacity to think and [...]
The school is readily accessible to teachers and students due to its centrality in the town. In Megan's class, he was able to cope with the other students in following the lesson.
Trying to fix the problem, parents should understand that the only way they are to behave is the move in the direction of a correct education of their child.
One of the key findings of the research is the very small statistical relationship between the inclusivity of children with special educational needs to mainstream schools in England and the achievements of their students.
The methodological tools I have chosen to utilize, within the context of proceeding throughout assignment's consequential phases, should help me to reveal the essence of children's attitude towards the reading.
Introduction and Overview In order to improve the quality and accessibility of education, it is necessary to welcome diversity amongst students and create a learning environment that will allow maximum participation of students with special [...]
For instance, the researchers have reviewed the findings by the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention and the Government Accountability Office to present the statistics on children with ASD and the increase in the number [...]
Therefore, my frame of references changed slightly as I was able to witness that boys and girls suffering from various communications disorders acted similarly regardless of their gender; however, my perceptions regarding the interaction between [...]
In data analysis to prove the hypothesis of the article "Teaching to the test: How NCLB impact language, state policy, and curriculum in ELL's", data is collected firsthand through the use of audiotapes to capture [...]
It identifies the concerns raised by the stakeholders during the program implementation process and establishes the objectives and expectations of the stakeholders.
In the process of reading, I would pay attention to the student's concentration and ability to integrate what she was reading. She also took long in doing this and did not want to stop the [...]
Which are some of the messages that may be conveyed to the Children that One Works with through the Tendency to Ignore Differences or Stigmatise those who are Different?
First, emphasis will be given to explain the concept of inclusion in the educational system and later, the challenges pertaining to the comparison of how inclusion is practised within the Nigerian and UK contexts will [...]
The good thing about having a child with a disability in the family is that it teaches everyone in the household to be patient. The greatest problem I have encountered in having a child with [...]
Sometimes students with disabilities are not able to understand what they are to do if the instruction is not explicit and systematic. It is difficult for students with mild and moderate disabilities to generalize the [...]
The teacher should also assist such a child in maintaining a perceptual continuum than learners who are not handicapped. On the same note, the teacher should not give the amount of work similar to children [...]
A faculty member is supposed to offer the necessary support to ensure that the student gets used to the learning environment of the university and can use the available resources.
He was assigned the task of interviewing the learners and parents to determine the acceptability of the methodology used by the teachers to assist their special needs learners and how effective the method was in [...]
Nonetheless, Hardman et al.opine that ADHD is mostly caused by the lack of opportunities to express oneself in attention-oriented games in the field as was the case in the ancient times. This is in part [...]
DS is one of the foremost causes of cognitive impairment in children; however, with early interventions and medical advances, the potential for individuals with DS is expanding by the day.
Carrington highlights the need to foster a culture that allows students with special needs to function optimally in the mainstream education system.
A brief review of literature is conducted; key definitions are provided, the benefits of using technologies for teaching children with learning disabilities reading sight words are identified, the significance of the problem is elaborated, and [...]
The results of this research are that the language abilities and disabilities are heritable and have genetic and biological connections. The implications of this research are felt in the field of psychological sciences, neuroscience, and [...]
It is important to note that, the overall development of the film addresses the great urge of parents of children with special needs to be included in mainstream education, for their better social life in [...]
This paper will focus on the exploration of specific characteristics of students with autism, their needs in higher education, the challenges they have to face, and the future perspectives in the sphere of education.
The access to higher education for individuals with ID and the attitude of their parents towards their performance can be analyzed with the help of equity theory.
Some of these programs in the US include the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act, which provides grants for research, technology, and training for disabled individuals, as well as the Secondary Education Act of 2002, [...]
In a humane and highly functional society, students with physical and intellectual disabilities should be allowed to function independently and enjoy their personal and academic life to the fullest.
Because of the vast opportunities for vulnerable groups to share their experiences and create a bond with the rest of the learners in a non-threatening environment, significant progress in encouraging disability awareness and the promotion [...]
The student and parents are also involved in the process of the plan development or the implementation of changes. For example, students with behavior impairments may need to have more breaks and shorter explanations of [...]
The recognition of the lack of such skills can contribute to future opportunities for an independent life with effective interdependence and inclusion in the life of a society.
The attitudes of the teachers are not the only obstacle to an inclusive environment and the implementation of the necessary skill training.
The current study is linked to this assertion because it contains an investigation of the perceptions of parents towards collaboration with education professionals in EI. The purpose of this study is to investigate the perceptions [...]
Expressive language development is paramount for preventing stunted growth and intellectual diminishment in children with ADHD and hearing loss. The practitioners will present the overall situation in regards to teaching expressive language in children with [...]
Being in publishing since 1995, it has been the repository of a vast range of articles that offer innovative and effective strategies for addressing the needs of children in the environment of SE.
According to Singer, Agran, and Spooner, evidence-based practice steps described in academic literature make it possible to find and study appropriate intervention strategies where much attention is paid to the ways of interacting with students [...]
The United States of America has designed laws to assist students with disabilities that date back to the birth of the American nation.
Like in the study, I would also use pilot testing of the questionnaire to ascertain its validity and reliability in measuring the intended variables. The descriptions of the concepts and terms in this study are [...]
According to Enns and Lafond, learning to read and write for the students with ear problems is a big challenge not only to themselves but also to the teachers themselves.
In this study, I also want to understand how effective videotape modeling of education and social skills of children with autism is.
The main goal of this paper is to present a review of relevant literature addressing the issue of helping college students with ASD prepare for workforce readiness and job placement.
To support the information that was posted in three blog entries, the author of this submission reviewed other literature on the subject to be able to support their point of view.
The current paper reviews three research studies in the field of special education in order to identify the means of establishing the validity and reliability of the involved test instruments.
The student will show a level of self-regulation, including but not limited to personal space, indoor voice level, and appropriate classroom behavior for 60% of the instructional period.
This paper will focus on discussing four learning plans such as Individualized Family Service Plan, Individualized Education Program, 504 Plan, and Individualized Transition Plan, which are called to ensure a comprehensive identification of a child's [...]
The child and the adult will look at the page together as the adult reads out the words aloud. Both will link the words together with the aim of adding to the child's language and [...]
Promoting engagement among learners since early childhood is crucial to the further development of the behaviors that will allow the learner to acquire, process, and use information in a manner as efficient and expeditious as [...]
One of the current trends in special education is the emphasis on the collaboration between the parents or caregivers of children with special needs and the providers of special education interventions.
The room will include two children's chairs and a table at which the children will be able to sit, a number of toys, and a TV screen with speakers on the wall on which the [...]
Nowadays, the US society undergoes the period of cultural expansion, and the fast pace of social diversification raises the topical issue of equality in education.
The main goal of the scholars is to ensure that deaf and hard of hearing children have a fair chance to get an education and to develop efficient communication skills through language in written and [...]
Also, the paper relies on five more sources that explore the issues of inclusion of the special needs students and presents the discussion of passages from the Bible that refer to this problem.
The Abu Dhabi Autism Center has to operate within the laws and regulations of the Zayed Higher Organization for Humanitarian Care and Special Needs.
In the analysis, some information about the patient will be provided, and the objectives of the session will be stated; further, the materials, methods, and the client's response will be examined.
The major challenge as regards the use of assistive technology is the lack of preparedness among teachers, which affects their ability to use these technologies and applications.
Did you know that this country was once home to the great civilization of Maya?" Providing students with new information about other cultures will be an effective strategy for sparking interest and encouraging engagement, especially [...]
The education of students with learning disabilities poses great difficulty for the majority of parents and educators. It may not be self-evident that the learning problems of students are attributable to learning disabilities.
On the other hand, it was also uncovered that the current version of the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act does not cover all the children who need such protection and that it contains several major [...]
In particular, the researcher outlined their research question as an exploration of the extent to which the present special education efforts match the needs of students with disabilities and meet the expected standards of inclusion [...]
Although the current study is not aimed at detecting the differences in the efficacy of the intervention based on the gender of the participants, the outcomes of the research may create prerequisites for a follow-up [...]
Furthermore, the authors design a feedback analysis and assessment tool that can be applied to measure the efficiency of the reform in the area of social education.
Although the tool to be designed in the course of the research will have to experience a range of tests, it will serve as the impetus for the further development of the framework.
This ties in with the idea of pragmatism outlined by Onwuegbuzie and Leech in their article "On becoming a pragmatic researcher: The importance of combining quantitative and qualitative research methodologies" that aimed to study the [...]
Since the method is interviewing, a particular aspect of the study that should be addressed with attention is the researchers' perspective.
Empirical significance of the current paper is conditioned by the fact that some evidence gathered in multiple studies is summarized, whereas its theoretical importance is related to the provided review of the literature and to [...]
In tier two, students would be gathered in small groups, and their task would be limited only to one type of noun.
The teacher asks the student to match the words in the text and the flashcards. The teacher then shows the problems and the first student to say the correct number can cross the number in [...]
Finally, the practical contribution of the paper pertains to the demonstration of the areas which should be improved in teacher education, and to the issues which teachers implementing RTI in schools are faced with.
In that way, it is possible to name the need for inclusive education as one of the superior requirements for the modern education systems functioning across the globe and the one in place in the [...]
The purpose of this research is to study the impact that economic factors can have on the language development of deaf and hard-of-hearing children who study in primary schools in Saudi Arabia to conclude about [...]
Facilities for children in the UAE, including Children's City and other public facilities, are not fully accessible to children with special needs, others with rare conditions, or others with mental or physical disabilities.
Also, the teacher needs to take into account the speech issue and the lack of acceptance that is exhibited by the Dunn Middle children.
As is clear from the literature review section included in the article, the researchers have found out that there is a lack of articles studying and confirming the effectiveness of educational interventions including the use [...]
The review of literature on the topic of special education on the whole, and special education for kids in their early childhood, indicates that parents of children with disabilities tend to experience serious stress, a [...]
After providing some background on special education in early childhood, AAC, and the use of AAC in such education, this paper supplies the results of a systematic literature review and themes analysis conducted to find [...]
To deal with the effects of climate change on the economic growth of companies and businesses in the market, companies have come up with ways to minimise the global climatic changes by incorporating social responsibility [...]
The school can also reduce Mike's workload and compensate this by arranging private tuition for Mike. As for Mike's problem with math, the teacher should understand how this problem is manifested.
In the given paper, the issue of children autism, the developmental issues that autism triggers and the educational prospects for children with autism are going to be considered.
It is also important to integrate the inclusivity strategy to motivate the 'no good' approach to improve the special needs learners' knowledge process to the 'good' group.
Consequently, the development of the process writing approaches was aimed at the advancement of the utilization of genres and the improvement of grammatical structures while encouraging paying attention to the content.
Therefore, it is essential to engage parents in the post-school transition of their children with hearing impairments to make the transition easier for SHI and improve their postsecondary outcomes and to develop new, effective practices [...]
Early interventions in special education for children with hearing impairments are of crucial importance because they allow to compensate for the lack of proper linguistic environment, which is a result of the child's hearing impairment, [...]
It is worth mentioning that Ted's mother is willing to cooperate with teachers, and her participation can be of great assistance to the teacher.
The independent variables of the investigation were written learn units, and the dependent variables of the research were student grade achievements.
As a teacher, it is my duty to measure the successful implementation of the direct instruction strategy in the academic life of learners with disabilities.
It is possible to state that the book provides rather a high-quality review of the issues about the identification, education, and upbringing of the 2e children.
Favorable postsecondary outcomes enable the students to be engaged in the formulation of transition strategies and the identification of the best practices that develop self-determination.
Fourthly, a sequence of activity tasks by students/clients is organized to increase the amount of time that the individual is engaged in productive activities.
On reviewing the evaluation results in the presence of the student's mother, an agreement was reached on the general education placement for the student.
In such programs and practices, it is important not only to address the transition-related skills such as lower reading, reasoning, and mathematics skills, decrease the ability to compete in the employment market) and the need [...]
The topic of special education interventions is of crucial importance due to the fact that children with HI commonly have additional trouble developing their social skills, perhaps due to the lack of early exposure to [...]
The optimal time for intervention and the ways to address the problems children may experience due to delayed intervention is an important subject to address for the contemporary scientists because the timeliness of the diagnosis [...]
Thus, it is important to study how the interventions are carried out in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, to be able to improve the quality of their implementation in that region.
Since this study does not have specific findings in relation to the nature of the disability, this study will aim to correlate aspects that govern teachers' attitudes with the inclusion of autistic children. What are [...]
The reflection covers the climate of the school; health and safety; and policy and procedure issues. For instance, the new school, known as 'quiet school', has incorporated several aspects of modern designs and is equipped [...]
Feak claims that, by reducing the complexity of the tasks and simplifying the instructions, teachers will be capable of catering to the needs of ESP students; as a result, the process of language acquisition will [...]
Furthermore, the normalization theory advocates for the creation, support, and defense of the social attributes of the individuals with disabilities. Therefore, this implies that the impacts of inclusion on autistic children can be productive and [...]
What is the current perception of the society towards the services of special-education teachers, special-education schools, and that of the principals about the disabled students?
The topic of the research is the influence of education on the life and patient care of African Americans with type 2 diabetes.