Special education teachers act as lifelines for students with challenges. As more children are diagnosed with special needs, educators like you need to stay current on new research and techniques for teaching them effectively. Reading about new developments should become a regular part of your professional practice.
Finding effective strategies and resources is imperative in helping students with special needs excel. Since many aspects of the field are continually changing, teaching professionals should consider obtaining an advanced special education degree, focused on research-based strategies for...Read More
When teaching students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), a number of different approaches can be employed that have been proven to yield positive results, and while it must always be remembered that every student and his or her needs are unique, there's no need to reinvent the wheel...Read More
During the course of the 2012-2013 school year, as many as 6.4 million children in the United States' public school system received special education — a number that approaches 15 percent — and an individual with a master's degree in special education offered much of that schooling.Read More
Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is a common therapy discipline used by special education teachers. As technology and understanding of applied behavior evolves, new tools and applications have been developed to assist children with special needs.Read More
Teachers working towards their master’s degrees in special education might be interested in learning about co-teaching and how it benefits today’s diverse classroom. Co-teaching is when two or more educators share a classroom and provide instruction to a group of students.Read More
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