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This article comes from SmartFocus on Special Education Professional Development, which was originally published in SmartBrief Education Update. In the Pasco School District, about 12% of the K-12 population is either served by an IEP or is eligible for special education. (The national count is about 13%, according to the NCES report.) That’s about 2,100…Read more.
The Special Education classroom offers unique challenges to school staff. Beyond the typical teaching demands, school staff also face the possibility of injury. One common source of injury is overexertion related to helping lift and transfer students with special needs. A variety of injuries caused by students – accidentally or otherwise – can also be…Read more.
The most successful teachers recognize that a team of teachers, students and their parents, and other faculty and administrators – a collaborative effort – creates the best chance of success for students, especially for students with disabilities or other special needs. What is Co-Teaching? Collaborative teaching, or “co-teaching,” matches this teamwork philosophy. According to co-teaching…Read more.