One student I observed had severe disabilities. She seems to be very high on the Autism spectrum. She spent most of her time in the other room, but from what I saw she had severe communication difficulties, would repeat words, and would repeat actions like spinning and rocking. She also showed aggressive behaviors, especially when she didn’t want to do something, like read.
I would like to share missed class attendance by Autumn LaMadrid, Amber Brooks, Jimia Horns, and Natalie Sgro.
Do you think that letters like those sent by Shapero should be protected speech under the Constitution? Why or why not? In your response, please explain your reasoning. I feel the letters sent by Shapero should be protected by the Constitution. I feel this way because after looking at what the First Amendment stands for. I feel the Amendment basically lets us know that letters like what Shapero sent should be protected. I know because I work in the legal field many of our departments send out letters to our members and I feel they are protected by the First Amendment. I felt Shapero's letters were not harming anyone he was basically sending them out just like any other solicitation we see every day. People add different
Dearm number five, You are important in so many ways believe it or not. With out the number five the whole number line would be messed up, and also the alphabet too, we wont have twenty six letters but just twenty five. The letter e will be missing and you wouldnt understand half of what im writing. With out you how woud I send you messages everyday sending you the emoji of the hand showing five fingers and then make no sense because I wouldnt understand whats going on. How will we give high fives to our friends if we just have four fingers; it doesnt sound fun. Or how could we buy five dollar subway sandwiches? if theres no more five dollar bills.
- Ask students what happens if they are being disrespectful to the teacher and other classmates.
During my morning at Gray-New Gloucester Middle School, I sat in on a wonderful special education classroom. I started my observation at 7:15am which was great because I was able to observe the students coming into school and see how they settle in and see their morning routines. The students came in and put their bags away and got out their folders and pencils and sat down at their assigned table. Each student ate their breakfast along with working on their morning work. Their morning work was a worksheet having to do with subtracting money and working with decimals. While working on their morning work each student was very calm. I was able to talk with the teacher a little bit before class and she explains to me that the students in her class either have autism or an intellectual disability. While we waited for the bell to ring their was one little girl who took an interest in talking with me. She was showing me her stuffed animal and telling me his name and what they like to do together. It’s really great having the students interact with you even if its just as simple as that.
Students will be educated about the syndrome and interaction will take place. During interacting, if I notice the student seem to be getting agitated or having a meltdown that might due to stress from the current situation or frustration. I will make the student avoid any situation that might provide sensory overload. If for any reason the student is getting overwhelmed, I will make the student exit the classroom to a safe environment where he or she can relax and calm his or herself. I truly believe the reason that the student display such behavior toward the other students with AS is due to two main reason, lack knowledge of his condition (if the student knew that individuals with AS can be egocentric, sometimes things must be associated primarily to their want, needs, and interest, that could have prevented such situation from happening) and lack of classroom management (Whether it a discussion or simply asking a question, they should be taught to wait for their turn, if a discussion is taking place a student should be able to state his or her belief for two minutes than the next student is allow to state his or her opinion explain why she or he agree or disagree). The fact that there is not any rules and the student allowed to talk when and how they want and also the fact that the teacher allowed this to continue is what contributed to this
Personal letters have been popular forms of communication since 1800s. Personal letter is an informal type of letter that usually concerns personal matters and is sent from one individual to another. It is a good idea to put your name and address on the upper right hand side of the not necessary. However, many people put their address and contact information only on the envelope.
The first day of student teaching in the first period I observed a child named ‘Kyle.’ Kyle seemed to get out of his seat even after my mentor teacher asked him to sit in his seat. He was at the front of the class very close to where the teacher taught. After a few times of this he growled at the teacher. I could tell that he was different than the typical student because of his constant interruptions. I found out after the class Kyle was autistic and had behavior problems. I also found out he was operating at an age level of 6 to 7 years old. This behavior happened often so all the 7th grade teachers composed a chart for Kyle to reward him for staying on task but didn’t seem to work. Kyle is interested in science,
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is defined as “a complex developmental disorder that can cause problems with thinking, feeling, language and the ability to relate to others…The effects of autism and the severity of symptoms are different in each person” (American Psychiatric Association (APA), 2016). This case study will critically examine the statement of ‘I’ve got another autistic child in my class this term! I guess I’ll just sit them all together; at least then I can work with them on the same activities at the same time.’. It will also explore classroom strategies for children on the Autism Spectrum.
As an educator in the 21st Century, we must try to be prepared and do the legwork prior to the start of the course. We should identify all of our assistive needs of our learners and try to be ready and prepared for it, especially now that our Autism ratio went up again. Therefore, we must prepare as much as we can on multiple fronts with an alternative plan just in case we run into a surprise and things does not function as we had planned. Things could go wrong, technical issues, network and other similar issues from both the learner’s side and the instructor’s side. We must be very familiar with the course content, objectives, materials, and course timeline. We should try to study our student’s portfolio as much as possible in order to build a solid communication relationship and provide assurance for their safety and our education’s
It was brought to our attention by an (undisclosed scholar), that the schedules for students will be altered for the 2018-2019 school year. Slight alterations made to student schedules are expected of a small quaint school district, however, many of students are not in favor of this possible new change.
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Was not given in to his wishes, when I first came into this class I want to be well like among the classroom. However, I have notice that there are sometime where children will
This is an email from Abdullah Samad, a former student of your English 101 class last semester (Fall 2015).