QuestionsWhat are the roles of teacher in guidance and counselling with special needs?
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1)A Teacher as a Counsellor helps our students to develop a positive attitude towards all kinds of work. This can be done through pointing out the positive aspects of various occupations as well as negative points in all of them. In fact, this will help inculcate dignity of work and positive work values in students. 2)The ASCA states that the school counsellor is an advocate for special-needs students to ensure they receive every service possible on their road to success directly and indirectly. They must raise awareness among teachers and staff so they understand students’ disabilities and can better educate them. 3)The teacher must try to satisfy the needs of children as far as practicable, so that the relationship becomes strong.  4)The teacher should always remain alert in order to meet the needs of the students. Again, the teachers should have pleasant personalities 5)In special education, the major aim of Guidance Counseling Services is to encourage students’ academic, social, emotional and personal development. To reach this aim, guidance counseling services help students get to know themselves better and find effective solutions to their daily problems.