depend on the type of disability that they have though. I would use a computer to utilize speech- to-text. I would also provide ergonomic pens and pencils because they are much larger than a traditional pen/pencil it will be easier to grip. Promoting reading to a child with ADHD I would engage the child in a game where we could make story maps or simply finding a book on something that they are interested in. I would also help boost their confidence by posting their work for their peers to see. I would praise them when they do something correct, whether it be them writing neatly or put the correct punctuation at the end of their sentence. It is all about boosting confidence. To promote reading in a child who has delayed speech I would use an e-reader. The e-reader is a layered approach to reading in my eyes. It provides auditory support by offering a read out loud feature. This allows the reader to first hear the story then they can read it along with it. Also the text-to-speech will allow the child to turn their spoken word into written word. This is a great feature because it allows them to turn their spoken word into writing and allow them to practice their speech and create reading reinforcement. Emotions
For the 18 month old the cause would be that he is simply not hungry anymore. The guidance technique: to remind the child of the rules and remove him from the table. I would also allow him to help clean up as well. I chose this because it reinforces the rules and also promotes prosocial behavior by allowing him to clean up.
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- Summer '17
- Megan Vrono
- Educational Psychology, Lincoln Logs