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A CASE STUDY OF A CHILD WITH SPECIAL NEED/LEARNING DIFFICULTY Researcher

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2018, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CREATIVE RESEARCH THOUGHTS(IJCRT)

The study has been conducted to investigate the levels and kind of difficulty the child/student is facing in learning things in or outside the classroom. It also examines the relationship between the school and home environment of the student with special needs who is facing difficulty in learning i.e. reading, writing listening or speaking. The case study was conducted by keen observations of the special needed child by involving and getting information directly from different reliable sources like,concerned teachers, peer groups from the school, parents, family members and peer groups of the child from the home environment. The tools used in the study were 1. Qustionnaire. 2. Direct observation. Etc.The study reveals the fact that the actually the child not having any slow learners like problem nor she is shy or un interested in learning by nature but she loves to read , learn , take part in different activities, she is having a creative mind by birth or nature but only the problem of her difficulties in learning is because of the depression she has laid in her mind of part of the home environment and improper treatment given to her by parents,family,teacher' s, elder' s in the school or at home.

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The main purpose of this study was to find out the contributions and challenges of Sebeta Special School for the students with visual impairments. The research design used was qualitative case study method as this would enable the researcher to make in-depth study of the case from different perspectives. For responding to this main purpose of the study, purposive sampling was used and the subjects of the study were selected by purposive sampling technique as they were taught to have the necessary information for the problem under study. Accordingly, twelve teachers, (six males and six females), ten members of the support staff (five males and five females) and twelve students of grades five to eight (six males and six females) were selected for focus group discussions. Besides, interview was conducted with the director and vice-director of the school and two teachers (a male and a female) and two students of grades five to eight (a male and a female).Relevant documents and observation checklists were also used as data sources. Finally, the data collected were organized, thematically analyzed and presented. Regarding the contributions made, the findings revealed that the school has been serving the students as school to learn in and succeed, home to live in and family to leave with. There were also services being delivered for the students and different resources were also available in the special school. Findings displayed that challenges to the special school as manpower assignment was not need based and there were lack of skills necessary to run activities in the special school as reading and writing braille, inadequate budget and resources like student textbooks transcribed in to braille and wastages in usage of the available resources. Besides, there were conditions that violate the safety of students. The recommendations made included such things as alleviating the challenges the school encountered such as appropriate use of resource, availing the necessary resources as braille textbooks, budget and others.

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" The ramification and still over effect of learning disability affect so much that education of school children find hard reality to attain its universal character. At the same time the problem continues to be the most baffling one for the state thriving for universalization of elementary education and ensuring right to education for all. Many interventions and policy measures although were initiated to increase the achievement level of students but at the Psycho-social level addressing the problem still remained attempted. Providing appropriate literacy and innumeracy learning opportunities especially, continues to be a challenge both for the teachers so also parents. Observing the gravity of the problem an earnest attempt has been made in this paper to understand the conflicting currents of the problem from a psycho-social perspective. A diagnosis also has been made to address the challenges of learning disability among school children, so that the objective of universalization of education could be well attained with.

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Jasna Kudek

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Masrat Majeed

Learning Disorder is not single disorder but include disabilities in any of seven areas related to Reading, Language and Mathematics. These separate types of learning disabilities frequently co-occur with one-another and with Social Skill Deficits and Emotional or Behavioral Disorder. Approximately 7% of all school children under the age group of 3-6 years are identified as Learning Disability in the Composite Regional Centre (CRC) according the Survey done during the period of 2018. Using many tests and assessments, it was found that these children with LD are also attributed to other emotional or behavioral disorders. While learning disability, learning disorder and learning difficulty are often used interchangeably, they differ in many ways. Disorder refers to significant learning problems in an academic area. These problems, however, are not enough to warrant an official diagnosis. Learning disability, on the other hand, is an official clinical diagnosis, whereby the individual ...

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Arpeeta Anand , Mohd. Faijullah Khan (Asstt. Prof., IASE)

Specific Learning Disability (SLD) is a neurological problem which creates lots of challenges in the life of children. Academic challenges are the most significant one when it comes to SLD. Aims: To realize the academic challenges that children experienced with Specific Learning Disability. Setting and Design: Phenomenological method with purposive sampling technique was used to understand the perspective of children. Materials and Methods: Semi-structured Interview Schedule was administered on 10 SLD children who are already diagnosed by clinical psychologist studying in elementary grade i.e. 6th grade to 8th grade of private inclusive schools of Delhi. Analysis Used: Content Analysis was used to elicit the data from open-ended questions. Results: (i) Children with learning disability are not lazy & dumb, they perceive and process information in a different manner. (ii) They encounter difficulty in comprehending what they have read, experience making mistakes while reading, repeating the sentences, taking pause, trouble in remembering & mispronouncing same sounding words. (iii)Children doesn’t want to write because of the fright behind committing spelling mistakes. (iv) Many children experience problem of illegible writing, pain in hand, extra efforts & longer time for writing and trouble in expressing their own ideas & feelings in writing. (v)They struggle while comprehending & solving the word problems, issues of learning formulas, making things in order of operations, basic calculations, understanding time, directions, money related work and difficulty in keeping scores of games & matches. (vi) Have trouble in adjusting to new situations, take time to adapt new changes in their life, demand lots of coordination & organization, face problem in rote learning & remembering, comprehending meaning from text and thinking out of box (vii) Complained about inability to perform activities that require sequential order, meeting deadlines, following schedules, arranging things, setting priorities and managing time for themselves. (viii) Experience inability to interpret their own environment as a consequence react inappropriately, misunderstood situation and comprehend different meaning with incorrect interpretation. (ix) Trouble in understanding what they hear and making differences in sound, difficulty in comprehending meaning from sounds, require frequent repetition and struggle in remembering what they heard. (x) The foremost problem of misunderstanding in analyzing and synthesizing visually presented information. (xi)They experience inability to differentiate between same sounding words, struggle while copying from writing board, mispronouncing the words while reading, difficulty in comprehending meaning out of what they read and figuring out what is there in pictures & graphs. Conclusions: The present study has identified various challenges faced by children academically. Proper support & motivation of parents & teachers can help children in developing positive attitude towards learning. Keywords: Specific Learning Disability, Children, Education, Academic Challenges, Phenomenological Analysis

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This study aims to obtain problems encountered in special education in the direction of opinions of parents attending to Special Training and Rehabilitation Institution and develop solution suggestions compansating these problems. In the scope of study parents of 20 students were interviewed. Tha datas that were obtained as a result of qualitative semi-structured interview form, were analysed by descriptive analysis method. The participant parents were asked 7 questions about education period, physical conditions, difficulties they encountered regarding their children in the scope of relations of teachers with parents and managers and point of view of society. Most of the participants expressed problems such as most of the problems should be solved by top levels, training hours are insufficient and rejection of society.

Sara Sadiki , Fitore Bajrami

The qualitative method was the research method used in this study as the most appropriate to the purpose, objectives, and research questions of the study. The purpose of this study is to examine the experiences of parents during education of their children with special needs. The research question of this study was: What experiences have parents had during the education of their children with special needs? The sample in this paper consists of 13 respondents, citizens of Debar parents of children with special needs. The interviewed sample consisted of 10 mothers and 3 fathers. From the analyzes made, it appears that 99% of parents regarding the inclusion of children answered that it is very necessary, they hope that these laws and rules are respected in schools, that there are no differences and discriminations with children, but that everyone is equal in the classroom and have maximum care, especially children with special needs. 46% of the parents answered that they got enough help from the school, they were not underestimated by others, the teacher supported them and helped them adapt, showing that the children were calmer and more productive. While 53.8% of parents answered that the school does not have help with their child, they express dissatisfaction and non-fulfillment of the conditions for work with children with special needs. Based on the analyzes carried out, 75% of the parents answered that they had difficulties with their child's adaptation to school, and the parents were also forced to stay with them in the classroom for several months.

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Authors: Kafiat Ullah Khan Research Scholar Allama Iqbal Open University Islamabad E-mail: [email protected] Ameer Hasan MS(Management Sciences) Riphah International University Islamabad E-mail: [email protected] Muhammad Irfan Arif Ph.D Scholar University of Education Lahore E-mail: [email protected] "ABSTRACT The purpose of the study was to explore and measure the perception and satisfaction level of parents of special children about the role of special education institutes in the adjustment of special children in their families. The researcher used two self developed questionnaires to collect the data about the problem under investigation, one questionnaire to explore the perception of parents of special children about the role of special education school in the adjustment of special children in their families and the other questionnaire to measure the satisfaction level of parents. All special children of District Bhakkar were constituted as target population for the study. The special children of Special Education School Bhakkar were assessable population for the study. Parents of sixty special children from Special Education School Bhakkar conveniently selected as a sample for the study. Simple descriptive statistical techniques such as mean and percentages were used to analyze the collected data. After careful data analysis the researchers concluded that the special education schools may play very vital role in the adjustment of special children in their family but unfortunately due to lack of resources and infrastructure they are not fulfilling the needs of special children and there is also some lack in the awareness about the importance of social adjustment of special children in their families. The researcher identified very important needs, problems, self concept, and adjustment problems of special children through review of literature and research. Key Words: Special Education , Special Children , Family Adjustment "

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