Students with dyspraxia can be included in mainstream school situations. However, they will perform best when taught in one-to-one situations. Most children with this disorder try to avoid joining in with others, so group activities and situations will need to be handled with care. To the child with dyspraxia, all stimuli deserve a reaction without discrimination. Attention span is very poor.
It is critical for parents and teachers to share information and work collaboratively to deliver appropriate education services to the child with dyspraxia. Parents will be able to report on situations at home which are difficult for their child. In the same way, teachers can observe a child’s progress and compare it to other children in the class. Together, they can structure a way of teaching that will allow the child with dyspraxia to achieve their full potential.