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You also should be told about physical ailments which aren't visible, ie.
epilepsy, diabetes, heart ailments, and serious respiratory illnesses.
I've found that other kids are very willing to help kids who are
wheelchair bound, since their needs are pretty obvious.
Good luck. Reality is, we have the whole spectrum: disabilities of
varying types and degree, children who speak little English, children from
third world countries who have had no formal education, bright kids,
average kids, geniuses, abused kids, kids with high ethics, kids with no
ethics, kids who use drugs, kids whose parents use drugs, kids from
nurturing families, kids with no families, rich kids, poor kids. The
beat goes on. They're all ours and they all deserve the best we can do
On Sat, 31 May 1997, jassen ceci wrote:
> I am a young college student learning to be a art teacher, and I=20
> help out with a MR class in doing art. I thought it was fun and a great=
> learning exerinces. I have a question for all art teacher out there do=20
> you think that we should have children with disablitiy in a art class=20
> room? And how would you handle a child with a learn disability?