Inclusive classroom aims to promote equal learning opportunity for students with disabilities. It is a way of giving a chance to these students to receive the same education and environment with regular students without compromising their unique needs. It is also a way for everyone to understand and accept the reality of the world we live in, that there are certain situations and people who can teach us to appreciate the things we have.
Children who, at a very young age, are exposed to a multicultural chain intertwined with subgroups and minorities discover that disparity is merely skin-deep and as human beings, we are responsible for the acceptance and understanding of the people around us.
Being a parent is a challenge already. We are always worried about the welfare of our children. We don’t want them harmed in any way, and we always want the best for them. To help them, it is our responsibility as parents to prepare them for their future. What if your child has limitations? What if your child has special needs?
Teaching students with special needs require a lot of patience and a deeper understanding of their condition. Autism is one of the most distinct and challenging mental health conditions worldwide. It is a psychological disorder which affects the brain causing it to malfunction. Autism affects social interaction behaviors that are beyond control.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a mental disorder commonly occurs during childhood but can continue through adolescence and adulthood. This is a condition where the child has difficulty paying attention, has a tendency to do unnecessary movements and doesn’t seem to get tired, and is very clumsy and impulsive.