Alumnos de enseñanza con discapacidad intelectual
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Alumnos de enseñanza con discapacidad intelectual

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    Ranjita V.
    IN
    Ranjita V.

    It is a challenge for the teacher to take care of such children but hope the information provided will be very helpful.

    Ollie H.
    KH
    Ollie H.

    In disagreement to one of the examples in this topic effort should always be praised over attainment. This fosters a growth mindset rather than a fixed mindset of learning. Check the work of psychologist Carol Dweck.

    Jackie I.
    GB
    Jackie I.

    Having students with intellectual disabilities the teachers have to plan the lesson to for them.

    Kristina J.
    GB
    Kristina J.

    What would you do with a child that works very disruptively with peers? Sometimes children can only work together for short periods at a time, depending on the child this needs to be noted and accepted.... you can work on extending the time frame but this would have to work on an individual scale and may take time and adaptation

    Kristina J.
    GB
    Kristina J.

    With regards to no.3 I suppose this is where experience as a playworker would be an advantage as some students with SEN/ASD present skills better through the medium of play/ colour and art then they do via tradition subjects like standard maths questionsand reading stories from a book

    Veronica W.
    GB
    Veronica W.

    there are three general strategies give students more time to learn and reward the students frequently and praise students for achievements. Do not insult students by giving them work not suitable for them all student need practical social skills

    Florence G.
    DE
    Florence G.

    Teaching students with intellectual disabilities can be a challenge. The teacher has to be patient, friendly and to create a good atmosphere around the students. The teacher has to be encouraging and supportive, giving them rewards , praising them for the job well done.The teacher should not let them feel that they are different from other students, they should be treated equally even though they tend to be slow in doing there work. It would be very helpful if teachers worked hand in hand with parents.

    Elisa B.
    IT
    Elisa B.

    Having in class students with intellectual disabilities can be really challenging. I think that one of the most important task of the teacher is that the student is well integrated in the class and that all the classmates respect him/her. Then, as stated in the course, the teacher need to be able to create materials and task which are appropriate to the students with correct goals (not too difficult not too easy)...How can we differentiate the program and the task without making feel the student different? that's I guess the most difficult part...

    Ritah K.
    UG
    Ritah K.

    I wish parents could have this information so they can find a way on how to help their children in most of house work activities done at home. The topic is very beneficial to everyone' e.g teachers since it helps them test their patience and that of their students. It also helps them to set relevant goals that reach the standards of a student.

    Ritah K.
    UG
    Ritah K.

    About strategy 3. What would a person keep on trying to assist a student participate in activities done in groups if he is not interested in working in groups/or activities that involve inclusion?

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