Introducción a la discapacidad intelectual
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Introducción a la discapacidad intelectual

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    Ranjita V.
    IN
    Ranjita V.

    what exactly I have understood with intellectual disability is that the child is not able to grasp the things in the normal manner and even this disability has 3 types.A lower,mediocre and higher which can be cured with different ways.

    Jackie I.
    GB
    Jackie I.

    really interesting students with intellectual disabilities depending of the degree of disability to what help they need

    Veronica W.
    GB
    Veronica W.

    I have read in this part of the text intellectual disability is a limitation of the students function and daily adaptive behaviours were students may have limited language or impaired speech and find it hard to perform well academically some student may find it hard to score in standardised test and everyday tasks, health and safety seems to be another problem of concern

    Triona D.
    IE
    Triona D.

    I think the term intellectual disability is a very suitable term to be used and is more appropriate than other terms describing severity such as a slow learner which are quite negative

    Tim E.
    US
    Tim E.

    Just wanted to let everyone know that "mental retardation" is no longer the correct term according to DSM-5 and ICD-11. The proper term is know "intellectual disability". I would suggest avoiding saying "mentally retarded" or any variation of it. some people will get very offended even if it wasn't meant as an insult and the person in question is actually diagnosed with an intellectual disability. Better safe then sorry.

    Ritah K.
    UG
    Ritah K.

    The terms used to describe different disabilities to students who have learning disabilities are very crucial and always leave a mark to the student affected. So according to this topic, I have liked the terms used since they have fewer negative connotations to the students though they still describe one key educational aspect of the disability, cognitive impairment.

    Ritah K.
    UG
    Ritah K.

    What strategies would one use to assist a student with intellectual disability who insists asking the same question though it has been explained to him/her many times.

    Ritah K.
    UG
    Ritah K.

    How can teachers deep in the villages be helped to understand students with intellectual disabilities since it's not easy to access all this information?

    Katerina K.
    GR
    Katerina K.

    It would be a miracle if all students with intellectual disabilities had somebody help them in the classroom. Unfortunatelly, speaking about my country's educational system, there is lack of teachers giving support to students in need. Thus, the teacher of the classroom has most times to give support to students with intellectual disabilities or other educational needs, while at the same time he/she has to teach the mainstream classroom, something very difficult.

    Shadrick T.
    US
    Shadrick T.

    saying that a child has Intellectual Disabilities. Is this just a nicer way to say the child is a special needs student? We have all this terminology for children with learning disabilities. When will we find more solutions to help the special need students?

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