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Monday, April 25, 2011

On Being a Special Education Teacher: SESSION PLAN AND FEEDBACK FORM


SESSION PLAN AND FEEDBACK FORM

Name of Child:   ***            Date: February 20, 2009
Setting: Classroom      Time In: 1:00  PM     Time Out: 3:30 PM
  

TASKS
/PLANS
COMMENTS/ PROBLEMS
ENCOUNTERED
WHAT DID YOU LEARN?  INSIGHTS
    
ACTIVITY 1: Massage  
*** liked to be massaged. At first, he was hypoactive, so only a slight pressure was applied. After several weeks, he started becoming a little hyperactive, so there was more massage pressure, and such helped him to calm down.
I learned that before actually proceeding to the activity or lesson proper, there should be an “introductory” or “preview” part, and this is the most crucial part since it is supposed to catch the learners’ attention
ACTIVITY 2: Exercise
For the kids to develop and improve their motor skills. At the start of classes, *** was just standing there even when physically guided and prompted by the teacher. But as the weeks passed by, guiding him to do the exercises was easier.
As the weeks progressed, I learned that a child can learn to catch up with the given exercises through physical guiding and also prompting. These exercises are easy for the adults to do, but for these kids, time is needed.
ACTIVITY 3:
Circle
Time
*** immensely enjoyed this activity.
To catch the learners’ attention, the way to present the activity must be light, fun, and easy to understand, using the simplest words.
ACTIVITY 4:
Push In
*** did not want to join.
In the entire schedule, I learned that this is the most important. The proper activities in connection with the children’s respective needs in the Assessment and IEP must be adhered to.


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