EDGR535 Final Presentation Diana Holland

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EDGR535 Final Presentation Diana Holland

The Emotionally Disturbed StudentDiagnosis: an unexplained inability to learn, inability to build and maintain personal relationships, inappropriate behaviors, depression, physical symptoms associated with peronal problemsSymptoms: hyperactivity, agression, non-compliance, off-task, fear, anxiety, withdrawn, unmotivated, immatureProblem: focus is often placed on behavioral rather than academic success, high absenteeism, general disinterest in school


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