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Children with SAD may be neglected or overprotected by their families. Empson (2015) stated that the sensitive period (between age 5 and puberty) is when a person is maximally ready to receive environmental stimuli, which is the best time for child development. Children experience different situations in their caregiving environment at critical periods, and they may be vulnerable or resilient in those situations. Early identification and ……… more

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As a student who studies Master of Special Education, inclusion means a lot to me and during my study, I have learned a lot about inclusion and how to support children with varied needs in an inclusive classroom.  The main goal is to make children feel they are part of their community and have a sense of belonging. To reach this goal, there are many areas that need to be studied. I, however, as an adult who experienced social anxiety in her childhood, decided to ….. more

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Adams, D., Harris, A., & Jones, M. S. (2016). Teacher-Parent Collaboration for an Inclusive Classroom: Success for Every Child. Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Sciences, 4(3), 58-72. Anxiety Disorders May Force Students to Drop Out. (1995, October 10). Anxiety Disorders. https://www.mentalhealth.com/mag1/p5m-an01.html Aouad, J., & Bento, F. (2019). A complexity perspective on Parent–Teacher collaboration in special …

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