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As a teacher, is it more important to focus on strategies to increase learning skills, or behavioral skills, or social abilities for students with major health impairments?

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For nearly every teacher, the ultimate goal is to increase learning skills. However there may impairments, both behavioral and social, that present challenges to the teacher in achieving that goal of learning.
These required me to be willing to be creative in developing solutions that would allow the student to achieve and succeed.

Example1: this student had been diagnosed with severe ADHD. He often had difficulty sitting in his chair for 5 minutes, let alone an entire ...

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Teachers' goals for teaching students with major health impairments are summarized in this solution.

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