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Hi everyone, I keep thinking of this situation that happened before Winter break with a 4th grade girl. I am a sped teacher at this school and deal everyday with this child who is identified as learning disabled. Most of her issues appear to be related to ADD and behavior issues. Before winter break she was not getting her classwork, homework or anything done. Her classroom teacher had informed her that she could not attend the holiday party until writing was complete, math homework was done,o s etc. She did about half of this work with me and then cried and wailed for approximately 3 hr. After 1 hr I needed to see other children so I moved her to the office in the school where office staff supervised her and ignored her. THey moved her to the nurses office where they could still supervise her but she continued crying, throwing a temper tantrum, etc. None of us could get her to do any more work, stop crying, etc. The child was well aware of the consequences for not getting her work don...See More
wasub If a child never earns the reinforcing activity for work completion, then the child will stop working. She fails every week, so she very likely felt frustrated and defeated. Instead of focusing on consequences and behavior plans, please take a closer look at the work this student is being asked to complete. Chances are very high that the work is be...See More
Jan 1, 2012
AM Imagine getting up every day and being disorganized, never meeting anyone's standard, never feeling quite right, nevr being able to remember what you were supposed to do, where things are, what the teacher said, wishing you could just be like the other kids, how do the other kids do it, why is it easy for them, I know I'm stupid, I can't do anythin...See More
Feb 4, 2012
Amber On 12/30/11, Kat_Kongh wrote: > Hi everyone, > I keep thinking of this situation that happened before > Winter break with a 4th grade girl. I am a sped teacher at > this school and deal everyday with this child who is > identified as learning disabled. Most of her issues appear > to be related to ADD and behavior issues. Before wi...See More
Mar 24, 2012


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