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Special Ed observation & reflection

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Special Education Observation ' Reflection

The Particular types of special needs learners you observedI feel that gifted students are often overlooked because the school may not have a program specifically designed to work with their talents. Gifted students are those who demonstrate outstanding levels of aptitude or competence in one or more domains. Domains include any structured area of activity with its own symbol system (which include, but are NOT limited to) math, music, language and a set of sensorimotor skills, such as, painting, dance and sports.

The effectiveness of the teaching strategies used with the special needs learners.She says says that in a "in a GTC classroom (or advanced classroom) learning is enriched by the teacher being able to focus on the advanced subject matter and allows me to be content with myself and my studies".

The related teaching and learning settingI observed in a blended classroom setting, with the regular learners and the gifted learners alike. I had the chance to visit with one of the girls included in the program and she says that "it's frustrating in the regular classroom setting because often times the other students need to go over rudimentary subjects while I am ready to move on to more complicated subject matter".

Your thoughts and ideas about teaching in a classroom that includes special needs learners. I believe that with any level of special needs (obviously not just being the students who struggle, but also the ones who strive) there is extra attention needed to be provided. One thing I mentioned in class (our class not the observed one) was NOT to ever limit your students. It SO VERY important to give them to tools to discover the answers, and not just giving them the answers. In the real world they won't be babied, but that doesn't mean to treat them unfairly, that means to give them a fighting chance that they might not have had if they were in another classroom.


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