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Elementary Education By T. Manichander
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Elementary education builds on preschool education and education in the family. Elementary education is the only stage of education whose completion is compulsory for the whole population of pupils,... More > namely in two stages, the second of which continues the first in terms of content and organization as well as didactically. With its conception, elementary education at Stage 1 is to facilitate the pupils’ transition from preschool education and family care to compulsory, regular and systematic education. It is based on acquiring new knowledge, respecting and developing each pupil’s individual needs, potential and interests (including pupils with special educational needs). With its activity-based and practical nature as well as its the application of suitable methods, the education motivates pupils to further learning, guides them to active learning and to the realization that a suitable way of solving problems may be sought, discovered, created and found.< Less
Special Education By T. Manichander
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The human body is composed of number of organ system. Damage in any one of them may give rise to problem in receiving education and undertaking of social activities, and then the person / child... More > treated as special child / person. The special child can be defined by the accumulation of the resultant effect of Impairment, Disability and Handicap. Now, having a physical disability or impairment, especially one that limits mobility is known as physically challenged children. Special Education is that component of education which employs special instructional methodology (Remedial Instruction), instructional materials, learning-teaching aids and equipment to meet educational needs of children with specific learning disabilities. Remedial instruction or Remediation aims at improving a skill or ability in a student. Techniques for remedial instruction may include providing more practice or more explanation, repeating information, and devoting more time to working on the skill.< Less