Essay about Emotional, Behavioral, and Physical Disabilities
SPE-226 Educating the Exceptional Learner
May 27, 2012
Michael L. Zinn, Ph.D.
Emotional, Behavioral, and Physical Disabilities
Exceptional children are those who experience difficulties in learning and whose performance requires modification in curriculum and instruction. These children experience difficulty in learning, socialization, vocational, and other life skills. The children will exhibit differences in learning abilities. Some will learn and be able to use what they have learned in different situations. Others will require a more structured and repetitive environment so they can remember and use the different skills throughout their life.
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| Module 7 - Emotional Behavioral and Physical Disabilities Rubric | Points Possible 8 |
Criteria | Achievement Level | | | Unsatisfactory | Less than Satisfactory | Satisfactory | Good | Excellent | Points Earned | Emotional, Behavioral, and Physical Disabilities
Address the education of students with emotional and behavioral