A review of the different problems in B.Ed. special education
Keywords:internship, practice teaching, skills, special education, special needs
Special education aims to provide accommodated education for disabled students such as learning disabilities, learning difficulties such as dyslexia, communication disorders, emotional and behavioral disorders, physical disabilities such as osteogenesis imperfecta, cerebral palsy, lissencephaly, and muscular dystrophy, developmental disabilities such as autism spectrum disorder and intellectual disabilities and other disabilities. Disabled students are likely to benefit from additional educational services such as different approaches to teaching, the use of technology, a specifically adapted teaching area, a resource room, or a separate classroom. Under special education, education is given to educate those children who are somewhat different from normal children in physical, mental, and social areas. The education needs of these children are also somewhat different from those of normal children. Special education is specially designed educational instruction that provides teaching and learning facilities to children with special needs through educational activities, special curricula, and specially trained teachers. In this research paper, an attempt has been made to provide skillful education among students-teachers of special education, to provide proficiency for teaching children with special needs, and to shed light on the problems faced during the course and related facts. This research study's nature was the survey method. In this study, B.Ed. students of special education from Uttarakhand Open University, Halwani, Nainital (Uttarakhand) used the purposeful sampling method to select a sample of 76 student-teachers in special education were included, and the questions related to various problems faced during the course. In this research study, it was found that most of the problems faced by the student-teachers come from the absence of an ideal school for practice teaching. Also, there is a problem with the lack of a diagnostic setup. The non-availability of special education schools and the absence of separate institutions for children belonging to different categories of special needs also create problems.
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