Special Educators:  Everyone has preferred seating, now what?

Special Educators: Everyone has preferred seating, now what?

Special Education

Currently, mainstream education is seeing more special education students than ever before, facing a multitude of challenges. The general education population is also experiencing the aftereffects of virtual at home learning and the absence of traditional school structure. Many students' chronological ages are not matching their academic, social/emotional, behavioral, and developmental norms of two years ago. Now that all students are in need, educators are left to foster effective learning while addressing multiple learning styles and behaviors within their classrooms.

-address bridging the gap between special education teachers (the learning specialist) and the general education (the content specialist) in the classroom for a more natural and productive collaboration.
-Identify and examine ways to differentiate from the core to reach all learners
-learn scaffolding techniques to meet students at their ability level and guide them to grow one step at a time.

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