Case Study: A Negative Education Experience For The Greene Family

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doing. However, she feels sometimes it’s all negative and would enjoy hearing more positive feedback about Klayton. A negative education experience for the Greene family was diffidently potty training Klayton. Angela believed that he was not ready, yet she went along with the teacher’s recommendation. In the end Klayton was not ready and still struggles with bathroom control today (A. Greene, personal communication, February 9, 2016). Dennis and Angela prefer face to face or text communication with Klayton’s teachers or the school. However, they understand the convenience of a phone call the purpose of a communication notebook (D. Greene, & A. Greene, personal communication, February 9, 2016).
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Early Childhood - Klayton was a happy baby and love to laugh at a very young age. However, his mood would change instantly. The Greene
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Angela reiterated specific topics from the interview. The school system so far has supported the Greene family. Klayton attends a self-contained preschool class that helps prepare Klayton for Kindergarten. Klayton is able to receive his physical therapy as well as speech therapy at school. The school allows Klayton to take naps and helps Klayton with diaper changes when needed. Overall, the Greene family is happy with the teacher’s Klayton has had. His teacher’s help him work towards achieving developmental and social goals a school while interacting with other children his age. Angela ended the interview by giving the school system a few suggestions how they can support the Green family further. Frist, if schools would consider the parents’ concerns more regarding their child’s education. Second, if teachers communicate the positive success more than the negative. Finally, if schools share all educational options available for a child with

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