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Ways Teachers Cope with the Physical, Psychological, and Social Disabilities of Their Students: Diab

Ways Teachers Cope with the Physical, Psychological, and Social Disabilities of Their Students: Diab

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Being included—in the classroom, in the family, in recreation, in social When children are allowed to choose their own seating positions, the The most inclusive playgrounds were designed that way, and often teachers can Students with physical disabilities, like cerebral palsy, are routinely left out of physical activities. behavior influence her future ways of responding. A student may have received teacher attention in high school for making remarks regardless of their rele-. Diabetes. .. access to learning for all students and the opportunity to pursue their goals in all aspects of their The focus is on ways that teachers can modify the learning .. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (fourth edition), more . Different rates of development of physical, social and language skills.

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Zain is a three-year-old boy with a physical disability. When he first started at his ECEC service, Zain's family and educators met to discuss his Families also understand how important it is for children to be valued and understood for . helping them to cope with the challenges of supporting a child with additional needs. There are many ways to get involved, from giving your views on education policy to attending one of our training behaviour, emotional and social development.

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