- Author:Edward Whelan
- Publisher:Prentice-Hall (1983)
- Pages:143 pages
- Subcategory:Special Needs
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Details (if other): Cancel. Help Mentally Disabled Young People Cope with the Demands of Everyday Life: A Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Other Care Givers.
which will help young people in coping with the challenges they face. Importance of Life Skills Education. sessions adolescents learn better ways to communicate with others, develop their self. interactions of role plays, group work, team building exercises, discussions, voicing out. opinions and presentations, to actively engage young people in their self development. These basic skills will help young people in coping with difficulties they face in.
1528 19. Personal Name: Whelan, Edward. Special education series. General Note: Rev. ed. of: Learning to cope.
Help mentally disabled young people cope with the demands of everyday life : a guide for parents, teachers, and other care givers Edward Whelan & Barbara Speake ; additional material by Mitylene Arnold. Help mentally disabled young people cope with the demands of everyday life : a guide for parents, teachers, and other care givers Edward Whelan & Barbara Speake ; additional material by Mitylene Arnold. 1528 19.
A Guide for Teachers, Parents, £ind Others Who Work . Help a handicapped child enter the mainstream of life during the preschool years.
A Guide for Teachers, Parents, £ind Others Who Work with Mentally Retarded Preschoolers.
Special education, the education of children who differ socially, mentally .
Special education, the education of children who differ socially, mentally, or physically from the average to such an extent that they require modifications of usual school practices. Although there are isolated examples of caring for and treating disabled individuals in ancient Greece and Rome, early societies typically shunned people who differed from the norm.
a guide for parents, teachers, and other care givers. Rev. 1st American ed. by Whelan, Edward. Published 1983 by Prentice-Hall in Englewood Cliffs, . Adolescent psychology, Children with mental disabilities, Life skills, Life skills guides, Parent and teenager, Social skills in children, Study and teaching.
Parents are a kid’s first teachers and so learn the first things together at. .Besides school learning, parent’s active role during their study life can help them to grow up with better social skills and improved behaviour.
Parents are a kid’s first teachers and so learn the first things together at home. Show them how exciting and meaningful a school life can be if they give out their best. Inspire them to learn novel elements in and out of school with friendly reminders and guidance. You may also give additional help with the lesson areas in which they are weak. Many studies and surveys have noted the importance of parent’s involvement in the child’s education.
It is intended for those who can't attend classes and communicate with the teacher face to face. Education is delivered via the Internet, multimedia resources or videoconferencing. Teachers and students communicate by exchanging electronic media or in real time.