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Britt Hatcher
Reply to Nicholas
Sat May 30, 2015 15:30
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I agree with trying as many things as possible to help a student with ASD learn, but I am just thinking of different scenarios and play devil's advocate, what if there is that one child who just doesn't want to learn, doesn't want a challenge? But, you're right in that they are often times discouraged and that could lead to an unwillingness in the beginning. With the right tools and people I think that can be changed.

  • Reply to Britt - Nicholas Flippen, Sat May 30 13:01
    Hey Britt! I think you asked a question that a lot of teachers or future teachers think about. I agree that it is stressful to think about how you will provide everything that a student with ASD... more
    • Reply to Nicholas - Britt Hatcher, Sat May 30 15:30
      • Reply to Britt - Nicholas Flippen, Sat May 30 16:14
        I absolutely agree! I think more than anything students usually put up the front that they are unwilling to learn or change. I see exactly what you're saying. This is often due to previous negative... more
        • Reply to Nicholas - Britt Hatcher, Sat May 30 17:43
          Right, and those negative experiences can affect them for life and it can make it harder for future teachers to work with that student. Right that bond is very important and crucial.
    • Reply to Nicholas - Maggie Horne, Sat May 30 14:42
      Nick, I think you make an excellent point. So many students are discouraged and they need to be given a reason to want to learn how to read. If an intervention does not work, you absolutely have to... more
      • Reply to Maggie - Britt Hatcher, Sat May 30 15:34
        I agree! I think that students with ASD are entitled to the same education and opportunity that others are (if able). The question then arises, when the classroom are so large that the teacher is... more
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