Bilingual Special Education

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Special education teachers know the challenges of teaching students with special needs. Add to that the fact that some children with special needs must be taught in a language other than English, and the odds become greater that this child will not be taught as thoroughly and may not learn as well. This is not

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Discipline in Special Needs Education

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All children need discipline. They need a certain amount of order and structure, and they need to know that there are consequences for their actions. Disciplining children can be challenging for all parents and teachers, even under the easiest of circumstances. When disciplining children who have special needs, discipline can be even more challenging, as

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Is My Child Special Needs?

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Every child has special needs. Because every child is an individual, they all have special needs that make them all special unto themselves.  However, when it comes to determining whether your child may be considered a special-needs child, there are certain factors and criteria that are taken into consideration. A special education teacher can assess

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Common Physical Disabilities in Children

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When we talk about disabilities in children, a lot of people automatically assume you mean birth defects.  But, physical disabilities are more about what happens in the womb or after birth, sometimes it has to deal with childhood accidents, injuries or situations.  When it comes to disabilities though, either in the womb, out of the

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Common Learning Disabilities in Children

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Children that have learning disabilities tend to have quite a few that are considered common.  This doesn’t mean that your child is doomed for life or that they can’t lead a normal life just because they have a disability.  In fact, these days, more and more people and kids are overcoming disabilities and can lead

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How to Teach Self Esteem to Special Needs Children

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When it comes to self-esteem, the “emotion” that tends to make us feel content, proud, or even happy when it comes to ourselves.  It’s also a concept that makes us feel like we are worthy to others as well as valued by others too.  Self-esteem is a lot like another psychological element; confidence.  When we

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How to Teach Reading to Special Needs Children

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Special children, have special needs, so when it comes to special needs children, they learn a lot differently than other children.  When it comes to teaching them reading there are a few guidelines or steps you might want to consider to make both your time spent teaching as well as their time learning, really worth

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How to Teach Math to Special Needs Children

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Teaching Math to special needs children is not always easy.  More often than not it’s a challenge, not only to get every child to understand the directions, but for every child to actually take that first step to figuring out a problem – sometimes they might be scared or nervous and just sit there until

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A Day in the life of a Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant

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I remember back when I began teaching and I thought that being an LDT-C might be a really cool job. After all, you get to work with many different students individually, you get to figure out how they learn best and you work collaboratively with colleagues. I quickly learned that while that is all true

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