Strategies for teaching special education include becoming an expert in each child, teaching each child at his level, setting up small groups and centers. Additionally, a good strategy is using multiple learning styles t... More »

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Parents, teachers and adults teaching children with special needs should interact with a child by making eye contact, explaining the process of the activity, and offering a helping hand without bombarding the student wit... More »

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Some schools for special needs students include The Glenholme School, Perkins School for the Blind and Carroll School, as of 2015. Special needs schools provide education for students with learning disabilities, physical... More »

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Inductive teaching gives children a broader platform for learning by utilizing strategies that allow the information to be absorbed by different parts of the brain. This includes categorizing, discussing, comparing lists... More »

While core teaching strategies vary from one teacher to another, veteran teacher Kellie Hayden suggests some strategies include being inviting and positive, having a classroom management style, varying types of instructi... More »

When writing a teacher introduction letter to parents, teachers should share their teaching philosophy, objectives for the year and some of the specific yearlong programs that will be utilized and welcome parents to play... More »

Begin teaching long vowels after a child understands short vowel sounds, or when the child consistently spells consonant-vowel-consonant words correctly. Introduce each of the long vowel sounds individually. Provide the ... More »