Neurological Disorders, Classroom Management and Classroom Misbehavior Module 5 Journal: The readings in this module covered neurological based disorders, Wong’s classroom management and reducing the causes of classroom misbehavior. Neurological disorders include many of the conditions for which students are identified for SPED assistance. A range of disorders such as ADHD, learning disorders, ODD, and OCD were discussed. Having worked in a SPED classroom this was a review of many problems I have seen over the years. Strategies such as using the multiple intelligences or changing the environment were discussed. It was noted that such disorders are seldom associated directed with intelligence, though sufferers may have co-morbid diagnoses...The end:
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