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Karléah's Observed Some Special Ed. Classrooms
Minneha Elementary Kindergarten & First Grade
When I go to the first grade class, it was a lot more active than the Kindergarten one. The majority of the students were moving around and talking and doing very little listening. The teacher was at her breaking point for the day, too. I remember her saying that were it not Friday, she didn't know what she'd do. Looking at the way her class was acting, I could understand her feeling. I think that it was a great help when she put me at the table with two of the most disruptive children. I got them to calmly work. I'm no magician. I think that the biggest part of it was that I was a new person. However, I will say that regardless of where I go. I clearly inform children of their boundaries and I follow through on any sort of consequence that is discussed. The children were very sweet, they, like many special needs children, just needed a little extra patience and love. My presence was a major relief for the teacher that day.