NowComment
2-Pane Combined
Comments:
Full Summaries Sorted

Description of Steven

0 General Document comments
0 Sentence and Paragraph comments
0 Image and Video comments


Steven is a caucasian 9 year old boy, who lives with his mother and younger brother. His father is not part of his life. His mother is the one who supports and takes care of Steven and his brother. I do not have enough information to state whether there are other people in his family that take care of him or are actively involved in his life. Steven is often found smiling and working alone. He currently has an IEP that addresses the changes in his behavior. This is something that Steven has been struggling with since he was in first grade.

New Conversation
Paragraph 1 0
No paragraph-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 1, Sentence 1 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 1, Sentence 2 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 1, Sentence 3 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 1, Sentence 4 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 1, Sentence 5 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 1, Sentence 6 0
profile_photo
Sep 3
Aline Vushaj (Sep 03 2020 2:05PM) : connection more

What is he diagnosed with?

profile_photo
Sep 8
Zedica Davis (Sep 08 2020 4:45PM) : What are the changes in his behavior?
New Conversation
Paragraph 1, Sentence 7 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.

Relationships with Children and Adults: Steven has his moments where he is able to be around other students and adults. This all depends on Steven’s mood and how involved he wants to be with other students. Steven is often found alone doing his work. During free time Steven tries to interact with other students. He spends time an hour everyday outside of the classroom talking to his counselor. He also attends the school’s after-school program where he works with the same counselor.

New Conversation
Paragraph 2 0
No paragraph-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 2, Sentence 1 0
profile_photo
Aug 2
Nile Gayle (Aug 02 2021 6:00PM) : Steven's father is not part of his life and Steven's mood often determines how involved he wants to be with other students more

Many students I’ve either worked with or observed from a distance are severally effected by not having their father in their life. Sometimes theres often no male figure in their household or in their environment at all. This can certainly have an impact on a child’s behavior and who they choose to hang around.

New Conversation
Paragraph 2, Sentence 2 0
profile_photo
Sep 3
Aline Vushaj (Sep 03 2020 2:07PM) : connections [Edited] more

Is there more to this? any noticeable triggers that may have a connection as to why he experiences certain moods?

New Conversation
Paragraph 2, Sentence 3 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 2, Sentence 4 0
profile_photo
Sep 8
Zedica Davis (Sep 08 2020 4:46PM) : How so the students respond?
New Conversation
Paragraph 2, Sentence 5 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 2, Sentence 6 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.

Activities and Interests: Steven enjoys a lot of different activities. He mostly enjoys gym or free time outside. He enjoys playing games that involve him running around. Steven also enjoys sitting down and reading a book or working on his multiplication facts. He also enjoys art class. He enjoys activities that are hands-on. The final product is important for him. When things do not go his way, Steven gets very upset. His response varies. It can be as simple as an outburst, to him pushing things onto the floor to him having to be removed from the classroom.

New Conversation
Paragraph 3 0
No paragraph-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 3, Sentence 1 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 3, Sentence 2 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 3, Sentence 3 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 3, Sentence 4 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 3, Sentence 5 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 3, Sentence 6 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 3, Sentence 7 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 3, Sentence 8 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 3, Sentence 9 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 3, Sentence 10 0
profile_photo
Sep 3
Aline Vushaj (Sep 03 2020 2:08PM) : opinion [Edited] more

I can imagine it seems like he behaves this way to try to get out of something; to escape the problem

Formal learning: Steven is always eager to learn new material. Sometimes if Steven is having a bad day, it’ll take him longer to reach the same level of eagerness compared to his good days. He will be the student waiting at his desk for you to start the lesson. Steven relies on multiple processes, such as: observation, memory and steps and sequence. He mostly relies on steps and sequence for all subjects. This process helps keep him on track. He uses a visual aid to state the steps and he later memorizes the steps.Steven prefers math and english. He enjoys working with numbers and reading books. Although Steven is always eager to learn, when first presented with new material he struggles a lot with it. Usually leading to him getting upset and having an outburst.

New Conversation
Paragraph 4 0
No paragraph-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 4, Sentence 1 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 4, Sentence 2 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 4, Sentence 3 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 4, Sentence 4 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 4, Sentence 5 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 4, Sentence 6 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 4, Sentence 7 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 4, Sentence 8 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.
New Conversation
Paragraph 4, Sentence 9 0
profile_photo
Sep 3
Aline Vushaj (Sep 03 2020 2:10PM) : opinion more

Sounds like Steven is eager to learn new things, but may have problems receiving the new information.
Some questions to think about is how to present this information in an outlet that will make it easier for Steven to grasp, and what modalities he may be struggling with.

New Conversation
Paragraph 4, Sentence 10 0
No sentence-level conversations. Start one.

DMU Timestamp: August 14, 2020 20:51

General Document Comments 0
Start a new Document-level conversation

Image
0 comments, 0 areas
add area
add comment
change display
Video
add comment

Quickstart: Commenting and Sharing

How to Comment
  • Click icons on the left to see existing comments.
  • Desktop/Laptop: double-click any text, highlight a section of an image, or add a comment while a video is playing to start a new conversation.
    Tablet/Phone: single click then click on the "Start One" link (look right or below).
  • Click "Reply" on a comment to join the conversation.
How to Share Documents
  1. "Upload" a new document.
  2. "Invite" others to it.

Logging in, please wait... Blue_on_grey_spinner