Teaching Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disabilities (EBD)
There are numerous resources that are available to facilitate and make teaching students with emotional and behavioral disabilities (EBD) easier. Unfortunately, there is no magic pill or one program that can be called fool proof for this. Also, any program is only as good as the teacher teaching it. Today’s classrooms witness high burn-out rate among existing teachers since the challenges that students with EBD pose are difficult to handle while continuing to teach for extended periods of time. The program that proves effective in such scenarios will be the one that is written by teachers, who are in the midst of it all. Any researcher who writes such a program should have experienced these situations oneself to realize the actual stumbling blocks. This issue of NASET’s Practical Teacher, written by Soumya Vaidya, MA, Bed, will focus on teaching students with EBD.
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