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Managing & Teaching Learners at Primary Level
Transcript of Managing & Teaching Learners at Primary Level
Poor anger management Other Conditions Name : Mary
Gender : Female
Age: 10 (Primary 4)
Class: Mixed Ability Student's Profile
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity order (ADHD) Formal Diagnosis Provisions: Stice Model Managing the Learning Environment Sitting Mary in between 2 supportive peers Nudging her & keeping her on track Managing Behaviour Providing Attention when necessary (Kite Flying method) Managing Self - Esteem Keep Mary occupied by giving her classroom roles so she will feel a sense of ownership & responsibility Managing Collaboration Involve parents & work on plans to expose her to an array of other skill sets that may be useful in the classroom context Managing Instructions Grant extra time during test & Exams
Allocate special needs room Characteristic of ADHD Noisy
Short attention span Anger Management Issues Characteristic of Anger Management issues Recommendations Recommendations on Anger Management 1. Avoid unnecessary change in schedule and monitor transition
2. Maintain Eye Contact Recommendations 4. Give extra time to work on task
5. Give regular feedback Recommendations 3. Seat her away from noise and visual distractions Description Cannot manage her emotions
Hostile to peers
Frequent anger outbursts - Techniques like:
1. time out, cool down corner
2. Physical touch Provisions Adaptation & Differentiation Input Small & concise instructions Degree of Participation High - to allow an outlet for hyperactivity Recommendations Sense of autonomy
Role Modelling Recommendations
6. Adapt worksheets to lesser material on each page Characteristic of Anger Management issues Crayon& Paper Recomendation : SEL Character Description Provisions - Stice's Model Recommendation - Anger Management 3. Choices given Formal Diagnosis Other Condition Brief Description Managing the Learning Environment Managing Behaviour Managing Self-Esteem Name : Mary
Gender : Female
Age: 10 (Primary 4)
Class: Mixed Ability
Learning Style: Auditory Learner
Type of Learner: Analytic Student's Profile Attention Deficit Hyperactivity
(ADHD) Anger Management Issue Cannot manage her emotions
Easily provoke - leading to anger outburst
Hostile to peers Sits in front next to the teachers table
Nudge to keep her on track Provide attention when necessary Keep Mary occupied Managing Collaboration Involves parents
Expose her to an array of other skill set Managing Instructions Grant extra time during test & exams
Allocate special room Brief Description 1. Observe student When does she act up?
Particular times of the day?
Patterns? 2. Techniques suitable to use Time out / Cool down corner
Physical Touch Sense of autonomy Examples:
Do you want someone to accompany you to the toilet to wash you face first Mary?
Would you rather drink water to calm yourself down? Recommendations - ADHD 4. Role Modeling 5. Crayon
Paper 7. Provide activities that require active participation Recommendation - Adaptation & Differentiation Input Small & concise instructions Degree of Participation High : Allow outlet of hyperactivity Provision for Analytic Learner like Mary Numerical sequence
Avoid distractions Auditory Learning style Whisper new information
Participate more in group discussions Recommendations - Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Person - Centered Focus Teach Mary to be self-aware, socially mindful, able to make responsible decisions etc.
(Refer to framework) Environmental Focus Educate Mary on classroom structures and rules, communication styles, etc. Mary, in class, looks like any other child,
Doesn't curse or swear, and certainly not wild,
But every child has their ups and downs,
For Mary, she disturbs her friends all around.
Mary is one who can't sit still,
And my, her voice is oh-so-shrill,
We, teachers don't know why she gets angry,
And this, my friends, is Mary's story. At the end of the day, Mary is a special child,
Brightening up the room with her big, wide smile,
Her tantrums now don't usually occur,
Still, wouldn't you love a child like her? Conclusion Introduction