Special Education

Special Education

Executive Summary about Special Education by Ken Marlborough

Special Education Resources

Special Education Resources

Special education refers to unconventional education services designed to cater to the needs of individuals suffering from physical and mental drawbacks such as physical handicaps, sensory (visual and hearing) impairments, intellectual capacity (mental retardation and autism), learning disabilities (reading and writing skills), speech impairment and those with behavior disorders. Specialized method of education

The primary focus of this special type of education is to provide support and learning techniques to the individual.

Special Education Teachers

Special education can be defined as specially configured instructions and other education-related services to meet the educational, social, emotional, and vocational needs of students with disabilities.

Special education teachers educate students who have various types of disabilities, including speech or language impairments, mental retardation, emotional distress, hearing impairments, orthopedic impairments, multiple disabilities, specific learning disabilities, visual impairments, autism, combined blindness and deafness, traumatic brain injury, and other health impairments.

A special educator has to work with students of all ages from infants and toddlers, students in elementary, middle, and high schools, as well as youths. The teaching methods include individual instructions, problem-solving techniques, group work, and special assignments depending upon the needs of the individual. In the United States, all states demand special education teachers to be licensed.

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