What steps can educators take to avoid the problems of bias and discrimination against students whose cultures and beliefs about Emotional Behavioral Disorders differ from their own?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 3:26 am ad1c9bdddf
What steps can educators take to avoid the problems of bias and discrimination against students whose cultures and beliefs about Emotional Behavioral Disorders differ from their own?
Culture with its norms, values and beliefs, constitutes an important foundation of education. Effective teaching and learning only take place when the cultural uniqueness of the students are understood and respected. On this premise, it is the moral obligation of the teacher NOT to be bias and discriminatory on the ground of cultural differences. Instead, steps must be taken in order for the teacher to ...
A brief discussion on how to deal with students with Emotional Behavioral Disorders (EDB). Differentiated instruction is presented as an instructional intervention for students whose cultures and beliefs differ.
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After viewing mel Chapter 7 Activities assigned videos respond to the following prompts.
1.Explain how emotional and behavioral impairments impact a child's educational progress.
2.What are the social characteristics of these students? Discuss both internalizing and externalizing behaviors.
3.After watching the Managing Behavior Preschool video, were you exhausted? What behaviors in this video clip illustrate the child's challenging behavior?
4.Assume you are the teacher of the child in this video clip, and the video clip represents your work with this child today. Based on today's activities, what would you do differently with the child tomorrow? Provide a rationale for your decisions.
5.Discuss accommodations teachers can make for a child with emotional or behavioral impairments.
6.What are the critical strategies needed to improve learning outcomes for these students?
7.Why is an FBA important for these students?
8.We discuss the behavioral process order as ABC - what is the A? the B? the C?
9.What behaviors have you seen in students during your field experience that makes "teaching" a challenge? How have the teachers handled these behaviors? How have you handled these challenges?View Full Posting Details