Pragmatic Measures Proposed Regarding Normalization of Diverse Learners: Portrayal of Special Educators
The study was conducted to explore the Pragmatic Measures Suggested by Special Education Teachers Regarding Normalization of Diverse Learners. A total of normalization that is an effort to end the ``required, capricious and inhuman segregation of pragmatic learner and enable them to involve in normal, social and familial contacts. This study will help the special education teachers to resolve many psychological problems like inferiority complex and social discrimination. It will be help full for the special education teacher to enable pragmatic to children to engage in normal, social and familial contacts. It will be helpful for the regular school teacher to treat the pragmatic child with love and respect. The study will bring awareness in society regarding normalization of pragmatic learners. It will be helpful for the parents of special children to treat them like normal children. Data was collected physically as well as online by utilizing google forms. After collecting data, SPSS 21 was used to run the different tests as the study requirement, and results were tabulated. Studies have indicated that exposing pragmatic measures that resolve many psychological problems like inferiority complex and social discrimination. It helped to diverse learners to increase their functional skills, take advantage of their strengths, and compensate for their weaknesses. It is highly recommended that the mentoring programs need to launch to help people feel more empowered and more connected to their neighborhoods. Schools and students work together to develop and refine prevention and intervention strategies. The staff builds rapport with families via personal interactions with parents.
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