Issues in Inclusive Education
Education is considered the most important factor for all children, but in the case of disabilities, the social and economic opportunities or benefits are limited. The ratio of various effective diseases in the students influenced greatly their early life. Some students have inborn disabilities or some get mental or physical disability due to accidents or some harsh incidents. The special education system has given children with disabilities much greater access to the public education, established and proper infrastructure to provide them a complete treatment or therapy. With these severe diseases, their learning ability or capability effected. It means that having a learning disability means that students face many difficulties or problems in their learning activities. These children always struggle in all areas of the school. For instance, their abilities can’t allow them to read and write properly, and sometimes due to their disability, they can’t behave properly. Due to these conditions, their surroundings started to avoid them. In this way, their life and their career are at a great risk (Moriña, 2017).
Applying Appropriate Strategies
Maximum numbers of students with different learning diseases or mental disabilities are found in the different classrooms after the survey. Such as under the disease of ADHD, there were almost six students’ six boys and two girls. Besides this, the ratio of the cognitive learning or mental disabilities were also present in the classroom. The students are considered the special child and they need more attention as compared to common students. Through the implementation of these effective strategies of these discussed behavioral models, the student needs are easily fulfilled and their surrounding environment is also improved. These strategies proves useful in dealing with harsh and short tempered behavior of these mental students. Through the implementation of the effective strategies, the chances of achieving good outcomes increased.
Glasser’s Control Theory
Glasser’s control theory in the classroom gives a deeply insight analysis about what is wrong or what is right and also highlights the effective strategies in dealing with traditional schooling and the early stage of mental disability. Furthermore, Glasser provides a convincing rationale for the use of learning abilities in the classroom in order to occupy the maximum level of excitement and commitment. As there are many students in the classroom that are suffering from the mental disabilities and other diseases such as ADHD, OCD and sensory processing disorder. These types of students are short tempered and also have no capability to bear anything. The therapist should arrange the session in order to treat these students in that way such as make a support plan.
The support plan includes the patient’s personal information, measurable objectives and also the timeline for the treatment progress. This therapy proves useful for the ADHD students, because, in this extreme condition, it affects badly the person’s attention or self-control. For the effective treatment, it takes number of visits. Glasser’s theory explains how to control extreme situations or extreme behavior at that hard time. Along with, the William Glasser associates his extensive theoretical expertise and also the broad practical applications to provide a particular and illuminating guideline for the teachers that are considered compulsory to fulfill in the treatment of every student (Hirshberg & Shoham, 2017).
Positive behavioral support
Furthermore, another theory that also plays an effective role in dealing with the indigenous students i.e. positive behavior support. Due to the implementation of these effective strategies, the chances of recovery from that illness or disease are increased. The strategies are person-centered approaches such as these types of indigenous people are treated as important people to feel them important. As, it is identified that ratio of students in diseases is increased and majority are girls. In these types of student, they need extra care or attention. Because due to their illness, the factor of being inferior to others is created that makes the person on every moment. So, the strategies of position support behavior is implemented in that way such as create a supportive environment for that student. Give them priorities in every matter and fell them important. In this way, things will go in smooth way and treatment will easily done. The main focus on this person and also what they can do.
All the support or appreciations prefer that person’s aspirations and also personalized them according to their need and unique circumstances. Besides this approach, behavior support plans are made to develop the skills and abilities in their learning activities (Ward, 2017). The people that are suffering from the mental health diseases such as depression, anxiety, generalized ability and also the PTSD. Majority are the girls in the classroom are suffered from the depression. For the treatment, provide the step by step plan with remedies and also teach the way of implementation. Moreover, a good behavior support plan is depend on its fundamental strategies such as reactive or proactive strategies. Proactive strategies are implemented on the students that are suffering from the mental health and these strategies are made to keep that person safe from that aggressive behavior. In this way, the person enables to learn better or in an effective way of getting what they need.
The Zone of Regulation
The zone of regulation as therapy of the disabled students also proves helpful in achieving the good results. The zone of regulation is the therapy framework that uses in the treatment of the patients through the use of four colors i.e. blue, green, yellow, and red. These colors help the students to recognize their needs and desires and also their level of alertness. Therefore, the zone of regulation gives the common language and also provides the sympathetic framework in order to give support for the positive result. The chances of development of skills are increased and also proves helpful in terms of behavioral, social, and emotional activities. Through the implementation of the effective strategies of zone of regulation and using the cognitive behavior support, first categorized the person according to the disease, then make the strategies for the specific disease i.e. ADHD, mental illness, ODD, physical disability and visual disability. Then, apply different strategies on the basis of colors such as ADHD get the motivational lectures of how to control their short tempered behavior. The students who are physically disable, increased their confidence by giving them supportive behavior. In this way, self-control or self-regulation in person is increased that proves beneficial in dealing with the future condition.
These three behavioral models with these strategies are implemented on the indigenous person with disease such as ADHD, cognitive and learning disability, mental health disabilities. These behavioral models give a strong explanatory outline of the putative mediators of many physical activities or changes. Integrating the extensive longitudinal estimation of these theoretical theories is considered the critical in improving the control mechanism mode of all the physical activities and also for advancing behavioral theories.
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