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How to Thrive in a Special Education Classroom: A Teacher Interview by All Star Staff Search for a teaching program that fits you Pam CaseySpecial Education TeacherWest Valley Central SchoolWest Valley, NY Pam Casey, a creative special education teacher, stands at the door to her classroom and shakes hands with the student walking in. Each …Read more
Special Education Programs: What Do Public Schools Offer? by All Star Staff Search for a teaching program that fits you If you are considering a special education career, it is important to get as much information as you can about the different working environments available to special ed teachers today. And if you want to …Read more
How One Special Education Teacher Battles Burnout by All Star Staff Search for a teaching program that fits you Roschele WagonerSpecial Education TeacherEverett, WA Meet Roschele Wagoner, a black belt in Aikido who uses her martial arts skills every day in the classroom to stay grounded, balanced, and disciplined. But even for a black belt, …Read more
What Types of Learning Disabilities Will You Encounter in the Classroom? by All Star Staff Search for a teaching program that fits you Special education programs in the U.S. serve a wide variety of students. Students with minor learning disabilities as well as those with debilitating physical or intellectual handicaps are all educated in special …Read more
A Brief History of Special Education in the United States by All Star Staff Search for a teaching program that fits you Special education came into existence almost exclusively within the last 50 years. Taking a moment to learn about special education history in the U.S. will help you understand where the families of your …Read more
5 Famous People with Disabilities by All Star Staff Search for a teaching program that fits you There are famous people with disabilities in nearly every sector of sports, entertainment, politics and academia. Just because a student is diagnosed with a learning disability or other special need doesn’t mean he or she can’t go on …Read more