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As a teacher I can agree to most of these but it might be a good idea to come up with an alternative activity for them besides Rocking their chair I never dreamed I’d grow up to be a crazy grandma shirt when a student leans back on chairs there’s too much potential for them to get hurt I’d recommend bouncy bands on the bottom of the chair
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you took that literally didn’t you. Sometimes rocking is just sitting in the chair with a rocking motion. Have you ever taught special needs children? As the mother of a special needs son I can tell you that you’re unaware of how they function or think. There are additional classes you can take to help you as a teacher to help these kids. have successfully learned alternatives through additional classes for teaching large classrooms of students which includes special needs and students who can’t sit still. It is more difficult for teachers because they don’t just have one student.
super condescending and presumptive. As a teacher of all needs, I can definitely say that it’s nearly always the parents, not the kids, who present the more challenging issues. Rock out, kids. Rock on, Patty Bilderback. You clearly have safety in mind, and that, Lisa Walker, is our number one goal. I never dreamed I’d grow up to be a crazy grandma shirt You’re welcome for the excellent, drastically underpaid childcare. I have an ADHD child with censory issues and his teachers started to adjust things for him when we implemented a 504 plan. Since having it, he’s done so much better in school. he gets frequent breaks when he or the teacher feels he needs them, he sits closer to the teacher, he gets extra time on tests, get verbal command 5 minutes before the change of activities so that he can adjust to change, he has a chewy that he can chew to help him focus, has a band on his chair so when he needs to move he can use it, gets 3-5 days to complete missing assignments