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What is the average number of children in a containment classroom?

I want to be a Special Education teacher and I know inclusion versus containment classroom sizes differ so I wanted to know what the average is....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:27

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Posted by Morgan G.
Charlotte Booncharoen | Senior Credit Risk Analyst at Fannie Mae I believe the answer would vary depending on the age and ...

Is it easier to be promoted with a Special Education background?

I know Assistant Principals deal with Special Education so I know it will be helpful, but I don't know if it looks better on an application to make any porgression through the school system....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:27

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Posted by Morgan G.
Christina Marie Gonzalez | Certified Teacher of the Deaf K-12 & Elementary ... Hello, That is an excellent question. I'm glad to see your ...

What's a typical day like as a Special Education teacher?

I ask this question this question because I am pursuing a career in this position....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:31

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Posted by Courtney S.
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How do you develop your class curriculum for a Special Education class, when the students vary in their needs?

I ask this question because this is the career I am currently pursuing....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:31

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Posted by Courtney S.
Christina Marie Gonzalez | Certified Teacher of the Deaf K-12 & Elementary ... Hello, I am glad to see that you are passionate about ...

My passion is to help teenagers with moderate disabilities. Does it really matter what school i attend, once it's accredible?

My plan is to attend University of South Florida and then transer to Vanderbilt University. Does it really make sense to go to an Ivy League school even tho they are number 1 for special education. Will i get paid more or chosen over most students....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:33

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Posted by Chenaniah E.
Christina Marie Gonzalez | Certified Teacher of the Deaf K-12 & Elementary ... Hello, It's great to see that you're passionate about working in ...

In the field of Special Education, should I receive my bachelors degree and begin teaching or get my Masters Degree before teaching

I would like to begin teaching right after my bachelors degree to help me start earning money to pay back college loans, but I heard that it is difficult to teach and work on your masters degree at the same time....

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Active Sep 16 '17 at 11:53

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Posted by Meri V.
Pamela Mapelli | ESL and Spanish Teacher | E-Learning Instructional Designer I think it depends on your schedule. I've always studied and ...

What are the pros and cons of special ed homeschooling vs. special ed public school?

I am working on a second bachelors degree in mathematics education. I originally planned to teach junior high. I have a son who was is one-year-old and was just diagnosed with cerebral palsy. I can imagine how much fun it would be to home school and I have/will have lots of resources and...

#special-education #education

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Active Jan 19 at 14:25

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Posted by Jessica H.

What are some ways we can include special education kids more?

I am asking since I see special education students being left out since they can't do it so I was wondering if as students or teachers if we can include them more. #special-education...

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Active May 04 at 22:43

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Posted by Abigail C.
Bailey Benado | Occupational Therapist Abigail, I love your question, and I love that YOU are ...

Is the job of a Special Education Teacher thankless and tiring?

I'm asking this question because I realize that this career can be difficult sometimes, and I want to make sure that I will be able to handle the pressure put on me every day. #teaching...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:04

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Posted by Kelly S.
Sonja Santana | Founder of Santana Architectural Designs I've just finished a masters in special education for grades 1-6 ...

What are the pros and cons of being a special education teacher?

Hi, my name is Rosemarie Mullaly and I am a junior at Boston Collegiate Charter School. I have been interested in being a teacher since fifth grade, and I realized I want to be a special education teacher since eighth grade. I want to work with children with cognitive disabilities (Autism, Down...

#teaching #disabilities #special-education

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:04

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Posted by Rosemarie M.
Leslie Finger | Ph.D. Student in Political Science at Harvard University I would say there are more pros than cons. You are ...

Criminology major or education major?

If I major in criminology I want to minor in education and get endorsements for English as a second language and for special education. If I major in education I want to get both endorsements still and I would want to minor in criminology. Which way seems easier since they are both kind of big...

#special-education #education #criminal-justice #criminology

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Active Apr 04 at 12:58

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Posted by Lolaestella C.
Rachel Chace | AmeriCorps Urban Education Fellow, TutorCorps Many colleges provide incredible teaching programs. A few of the best ...

What opportunities are available to people who major in child development?

I am interested in child development. I am really interested in anything that has to do with children. More specifically, I would like to know if there are a lot of internship opportunities during college for childhood development and job opportunities after college as well. #psychology...

#special-education #child-development #early-childhood-education

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:02

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Posted by Tashiyra F.
Jonas L. Harris | Real World Learning Coordinator/Administrative Leadership at Eastern University ... Almost anything is your work history is outside of Early Childhood ...

Are there any classes that a teacher would recommend that a prospective teacher take?

I am asking because as a student we have a list of classes that we should take as education majors to graduate, but I always wonder if there are any classes that a future educator should take that is not in the set list of classes that students take. Classes that would help out even more in...

#special-education #primary-education #being-an-elementary-teacher #elementary-education

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Active Feb 09 at 14:27

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Posted by Divine B.
Rachel Chace | AmeriCorps Urban Education Fellow, TutorCorps It's helpful to take higher-level classes in Sociology, Psychology, and Human ...

As a educator, how do you make sure to effectively communicate to each student?

I know all students learn differently, especially students with special needs. For future reference I am curious as to how does one make sure that you communicate effectively with each student, so that they all learn and understand. #special-education #being-an-elementary-teacher...

#education #elementary-education

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Active Feb 09 at 14:32

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Posted by Divine B.
Bryant Gomer | Education Manager at CareerVillage.org Hi Divine, That is such a good question because it is ...

With today's economy would it be more beneficial to get a bachelor's degree in business rather than education?

I start school in August for my bachelor's degree. I already have a an associates in science. I can not decide if I should major in education or general management. I am trying to decide which would suite me better with the way this economy is looking and try and prepare for the future for at...

#special-education #business-management #bachelorsdegree #economy

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Active May 01 at 05:36

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Posted by Sh'Daedra J.
Terri Sutterfield | Supervisor, LD & Local Switch Provisioning SH"Daedra, This is truly a hard question to answer for someone ...

How do I choose my future career?

I have four possible career interests and I don't know how to decide. I would love to be a Physician Assistant, Early Childhood Teacher, Pediatric Nurse, or Special Education Teacher. I can't decide because they all seem great. #pediatric-nursing #physician-assistant #early-childhood-education...

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Active Apr 04 at 10:26

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Posted by Olivia B.

What are requirements I would need to meet in order to become a Special Education Teacher?

I'm interested in becoming a Special Education Teacher. I visited a class one day and became interested in the job, #special-education #teaching #teacher #special-education/adapted-pe #education-of-children-with-autistic-spectrum-disorders...

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Active Apr 13 at 11:45

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Posted by Olivia B.
Mandy Mathews, MEd | Educator You will need a BS/BA in any field plus a teaching ...

As a high school student what are some ways that I can get myself ready to teach a classroom of special needs students?

I am asking since once I get my master's in special education k through 12. I plan to teach them. I want to know if there are any steps I can take to get myself ready. #special-education #special-needs #career-development...

#career-choice

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Active May 14 at 16:03

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Posted by Abigail C.
Amy Torgerson | Business Analyst at Fannie Mae I have substituted in special needs classrooms before and I would ...

Is taking a language beneficial when I want to be a special education teacher?

Hello I am Casey Gaffney, a junior at Boston Collegiate Charter School. I have always wanted to be a teacher since I was a child. I am specifically interested in Special Education. I want to focus on Down Syndrome and Autism. I was wondering whether or not I should take a minor in a language in...

#special-education #education #college #teacher

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:04

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Posted by Casey G.
David Lamberton | Actor - Director - Producer - Teacher One of the prime activities of being a Teach-er is the ...

Does anyone have any specific guidance for a strong STEM student with ADHD and Dyslexia that may want a career teaching STEM subject to students with similar disabilities?

I'm a high school senior with ADHD and Dyslexia. I also have been successful taking high level math and science classes as well as AP digital art. I am considering a career where I can help other students with similar disabilities be successful in their STEM classes and, hopefully, pursue...

#special-education #stem #dyslexia #educational-technology #teaching

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Active Feb 06 at 20:53

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Posted by Jordan B.
Douglas Walker | Corporate Trainer I'm not much up on the education process of Maryland, but ...

What will a daily schedule be like for a special education teacher?

Hello I am Casey Gaffney, a junior at Boston Collegiate Charter School. I have always wanted to be a teacher since I was a child. I am specifically interested in Special Education. I want to focus on Down Syndrome and Autism. I am curious about how teaching students with special disabilities...

#down-syndrome #special-education #disabilities #teacher #educator #autism

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:04

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Posted by Casey G.
Kelly Reed | speech-language pathologist Casey, I pretty much agree with Dr. Rinaldi but there a ...

what jobs can i get if i major in child development?

i am a high school student that likes how the mind works and enjoys teaching/playing with kids. #career #college-major #jobs #children #special-education...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:08

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Posted by Mayra N.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hello Mayra, A career in Child Development offers a variety of ...

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