- Constructive Assertiveness-Describe your concerns clearly, insist that misbehavior be corrected, and resist being coerced or manipulated.
- Empathic Responding-Listen to the student’s perspective and react in ways that maintain a positive relationship and encourage further discussion.
- Problem Solving-Includes several steps for reaching mutually satisfactory resolutions to problems; it requires working with the student to develop the plan.
4,363 ViewsThe concept of inclusion and its importance The concept of inclusion and its importance This course aims to develop educators and school staff understanding about disability, impairment, special needs and inclusion. By the end Read more…