Instructor: Maryanne Kuzara
March 26, 2010
Students with emotional and behavior disorders are not offered the same education as normal students. Although students with emotional and behavior disorders can be disruptive and cause problems during the educational process, they deserve the same education as all students. Most emotionally disturbed children have an inability to learn. These children have the failure to build or continue satisfactory interpersonal interaction with peers and teachers who may cause problems in the classroom. Children who are emotionally disturbed demonstrate inappropriate types of behavior which affects them in a classroom setting. These children also suffer from depression and unhappiness which also affects them in the classroom. These students suffer from so many problems. How do they get the education they deserve?
Students with behavior problems can cause many of problems which will make it difficult to be taught. Most of the time these children are smart academically but their behavior is preventing them completing their class work during school time.
Children with behavior problems lack social skills. According to McGrath, H. & Francey, S (1991,par 2), However, while many social skills may be learned implicitly, all children can benefit from being taught social skills explicitly, not only children who are developmentally lagging behind their peers. Social skills are not always learned easily. Some children may require repeated instruction and reinforcement of learning. It is also possible for children to have well-developed social skills in one area but not in another. For example, they may be able to work co-operatively on a group project, but lack the self-confidence to approach a group of children in the playground. Social competence has many domains. They find it difficult making and keeping friends. These children have the lower