Classroom Management: Reflecting on best practices for children with learning disabilities

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État de publication: Publiée (2009 Juillet )

Titre des actes: Broadening the Horizon: Recognizing, Accepting, and Embracing Differences to Make a Better World for Individuals with Special Needs

Éditeur: International Association of Special Education

Lieu: Texas, États-Unis

Intervalle de pages: 81-84

ISBN: 978-0-615-28364-7


Résumé: Classroom management represents a challenge for many teachers, particularly in contexts where students with special learning needs are integrated in a regular classroom. In comparing beginning and experienced teachers, Chouinard (1999) found that teachers entering the field considered classroom management amongst the most stressful elements of their daily professional lives. Experienced teachers, confronted with meeting the needs of students with learning disabilities also reported such a situation as a challenge.

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