Inclusivity and Teaching Interventions in the Classroom

Based on the case study, discuss the developmental theoretical approach that can be used and teaching interventions for a child.

You are a new teacher at a mainstream public school substituting for the current Grade 3 teacher. You are worried about one of your learners, Grace. She is always last to finish her work and works painstakingly slowly. When you mark her work, you notice her handwriting is very strained and that she seldom manages to score above a pass mark. Define the context of the child and the context of the classroom, and the role of the teacher, specifically mentioning learning theories and learning concepts. Propose the aspects of inclusivity, possible collaboration, and teaching interventions.