teaching children about a peer’s medical condition

6. Which of the following statements best describes a recommended teaching approach for teaching children about a peer’s medical condition?

A. Teachers must not teach children about medical conditions without obtaining special permission from parents.

B. Teachers must not give information about medical conditions because children are not old enough to understand and it will cause fear.

C. Educating classmates about children’s special health care needs requires a teacher’s special attention to developmentally age-appropriate messages.

D. It is best to educate children about medical conditions when the child with the medical condition is not present.