AED 222.The Life of a Special Education TeacherWeek4.Day5

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The Life of a Special Education Teacher 1 The Life of a Special Education Teacher A person becoming a special education teacher will have expectations in which are going to be quite different than a general education teacher. For example, when a severely disabled student makes the smallest accomplishment, this accomplishment will be treated as a big deal and celebrated. The teacher in the video explains that most of her students a sensory disability and developmental delays. Such developmental delays can be holding things and eye contact. One student not being able to hold on to physical things learns to use a computer to identify shapes and colors and to move the objects around at his or her own pace. Another student that is three and a half learns after three months to make eye contact, which was a great accomplishment that was
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The Life of a Special Education Teacher 2 celebrated. Teaching severely disabled students, a special education teacher must work with the individual student trying many different ways to help the student to reach
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