I can create an inclusive educational environment for kids with ADHD, BD, and ED by trying to understand a child’s unique strength and capabilities (Leitao & Fletcher, 2004). It is also essential to work with the child’s parents to consider their behavioral and academic needs. The second approach is to select better instructional methods. Choose a technique that will fit the specific needs of the child to enable him or her to understand the content. Some of the ways of helping children are by ensuring that the kids learning environment is free from disruptions. Secondly, have a list of those who can read before looking for intervention measures for those who have reading problems. Divide classwork into small manageable portions (Gersten & Baker, 2001). This can assist the learner in understanding the content since it is small. Also, give more attention to learners who cannot speak words well. These plans are in line with the policy of inclusion since they will provide children with disabilities in a conducive learning environment. The measures will also ensure they cover the syllabus well like their counterparts in formal education.
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