Emotional Disability is a way exhibiting one or several of the following distinguished over a long period of time and to a indicate degree that adversely affects a child’s educational performance:
“Social maladjustment”: a socially maladjusted student is a student who manifests a persistent and repetitive pattern of behavior that is aggressive, defiant, disobedient, and/or hostile focus staff and students without concomitant evidence of an emotional disability.
“Adversely affects educational performance”: There are a direct interrelated between the student’s behaviors/feelings as identified above and negative educational performance. The student may unsuccessful to perform on in-school work at a standard level equal to that of his/her peers.
“Inability to learn”: achievement and/or performance is lower than expected for ability level and cannot be elaborated by intellectual, sensory, health, cultural, or linguistic factors.
“Inappropriate behaviors or feelings under normal circumstances stemming from an emotional component”: the student may not focus to expected patterns of nature in the educational setting. The student may response to naturally occurring situations with unusual/extreme behavior of affect. The student may demonstrate sudden or dramatic mood view . The student may be unable to rectified behavior in different way.
“An inability to develop or maintain satisfactory interpersonal relationships with peers and/or adults”: the student demonstrates a negative attitude toward society or significant problem coping with conflict. The student trying to focus with other students or adults but is unsuccessful, ignore interactions with others, or demonstrates inappropriate responses or reactions to others’ interaction attempts.
“A general pervasive mood of anxiety, unhappiness, or depression”: the student demonstrates or details significant emotions of dissatisfaction with school, home, self, or relationships. The student open flat affect or is emotionally unresponsive. The student demonstrates indicate symptomology of anxiety or depression.
“A tendency to develop physical symptoms or fears associated with personal or school problems”: the student notice that observable physical symptoms, major complaints, or send fears or phobias. These symptoms are not attributed to a medical issues , but rather are in response to personal or school problems the student is facing.