During my placement experience I was supporting a child in Kindergarten who isn’t social with his peers, and is non-verbal. I would work on him one on one; he didn’t have an EA in the classroom so I was the only person who supported him with his needs. The children in the classroom never really questioned why I was working only with that child, or why I was in their classroom. Until one day the kids came up to me and said “why are you only with Child A?” At the time I didn’t know how to respond considering Child A was just one of their friends in the classroom. At the time I throughout about what to say to the children in the most professional way, my response was, “Child A needs to work on his letters and sounds so that’s what I am doing with him, juts like you work on your words expect Child A needs me to spend a little more time with him”. The children said “oh okay” and started to help us learning letters. This experience will allow me to apply this feedback to my future placement by being aware of how much time I am spending with one child. In this situation and classroom I should be spending time with all children rather than just one. I need to make sure I am working with other children rather then just supporting one.