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Unformatted text preview: klzxcvbnmqwer tyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbn Checkpoint: The Life of a Special Education Teacher Mrs. Nanez AED 222 Axia College 3/25/2011 Elizabeth Carlson Checkpoint: The Life of a Special Education Teacher After watching the video and reading the story, I found that special education teachers responded in many different ways when interacting with their students. The educator in the video sees each kid with their disability. However, she sees it as a good thing and accepts each student as they are. The teacher in the video is more focused on the time that she has with the students and seems to show a great pleasure with the progress that he students are making. Pat Mims on the other hand seems to be more focus on her classrooms required state curriculum. Mims worries about the time that she has with her students and how she will distribute it. Mims also seemed to be portrayed a being unhappy as an educator and she wants to change it for the better....
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