Linda van Duuren, a learning and support consultant, says: “[Being in a mainstream environment] can be a very positive experience for a special needs child. When you are in a mainstream environment you learn mainstream behaviour socially, emotionally and physically.”Internationally it’s become fairly standard to mainstream special needs children; in South Africa, although there’s legislation in the pipeline, it’s still the exception rather than the rule.A handful of schools countrywide are making a concerted effort to change this.In fact, posttraumatic symptoms may make the school experience and other aspects of life intolerable for some children.
We talk about differences in class and assembly and children don’t see these differences as things to tease and bully about anymore.
It’s astonishing how this ethos has radically and positively changed the school,” she says.
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We examine how schools can help these children become skilled writers.
Six principles designed to prevent as well as alleviate writing difficulties are presented.If theu go to like dutch countri sombodie might ask them something theu cold have two kinds of langage , a 5th-grade child with a learning disability (LD).The first was written at the start of 2nd grade in response to a picture of a young girl showing her father a large fish she had caught.Postttrauma behaviors and attitudes, such as irritability, fears, rage, or increased reactivity, may alienate other youth and adults.Arousal symptoms may interfere with attention and concentration and may undermine academic performance.Dear Reader, To follow is a paper that discusses school interventions for traumatized children.