Coping With Ebd

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Have you ever noticed a child whom is not happy, emotional or not paying attention in class? A child who experiences inappropriate actions or emotions is a child who is capable of having learning difficulties, is most likely a child who suffers from EBD. Children will express their EBD in a variety of ways. Coping with Emotional Behavioral Disorders requires us as the teachers to have the knowledge, skills, patience and guidance with the child whom is experiencing EBD. Having Emotional Behavioral Disorders and being able to function in a school setting is one of the many challenges a child with EBD will face. A child who has feelings of fear and anxiety related to personal or school matters, difficulty with interpersonal relationships …show more content…
EBD affects every child differently. A quantity of children who have Emotional Behavioral Disorders do not recover but very few too little do. While other children may take much longer to cope with their Emotional Behavioral Disorder. Some children will have long term effects. On the other hand, a handful of children will face lifelong challenges in the social world. The effects vary from child to child. Recovering from EBD is not measureable. Studies done on children who suffer from EBD report that children with Emotional Behavioral Disorders will have the emotions there whole lives, and to cope with EBD studies suggest different types of therapies and or medications. There are a variety of ways a child can get Emotional Behavioral Disorders.

Some factors that can cause a child to develop EBD are Poor attitude toward education or schooling, divorce or other emotional upset at home, Coercion from parents, and unhealthy or inconsistent discipline style. Signs of an emotional behavioral disorder in a child may act out or display emotional upset in different ways, which will also vary from child to child. Having EBD EMOTIONAL BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS
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When working with Emotional Behavioral Disorders certain children will exhibit usual behaviors, fearfulness and not paying attention in the classroom setting. In order to encourage a child with EBD in the class certain accommodations will need to be made. For example: children with Emotional Behavioral Disorders benefit from a visual schedule, daily board, a schedule with a chart etc. Children who suffer from EBD will also most likely have outbursts, be upset, and or not follow expectations. To help a child cope better with EBD it will require some change and patience. Children can have EBD brought on them in a variety of

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