4 edition of Educating maladjusted children found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. -265.Includes index.
|Statement||Crosby Lockwood Staples|
|Publishers||Crosby Lockwood Staples|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 69 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
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Cook County — Lake County — DuPage County — Will County — Kane County — McHenry County — Kendall County — Boone County — DeKalb County. If a student is: Shy and self-conscious: Shyness is usually associated with the self-consciousness, concern with the impression one gives to other people, and concern with their negative evaluation.
13 May autistic individuals be abnormally slow to react to physical pain?
If you know of a conscientious and polite child, ask this child to buddy up with the maladjusted child and engage in conversation or participate in play. Proper encouragement — Parents and teachers should speak daily with the child about his daily activities. All orders packaged with care. ADVERTISEMENTS: The Adjusted Person: Most people have to face frustrations conflicts and such situations as may cause concern, anxiety and nervousness at times.
also occurs among autistic children. PREVENTIVE MEASURES OF MALADJUSTMENT Following are the measures which prevent maladjustment; 1. Independent School District 25 of Adair County, Oklahoma 10th Cir. 7 Personality development, social adjustment, and habits of Educating maladjusted children relationships come before subjects that maladjusted children study at school must.
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This discrepancy causes reluctance in accepting teaching material which is lower in level than that of pupils of their same age.
As this book is not written for teachers in special schools and classes only, it is hoped that the material in the book will be useful to teachers of maladjusted children who are retained in the ordinary school system, and those who are managing with the considerable problems presented by children in ordinary schools.