Student teacher at The Monarch School for students with Neurological Disadvantages.
Strategies for teaching students with disabilities
These resources can be beneficial to all types of teachers that may have to teach students with disabilities.
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Sat, Oct 18, 2014 5:19 PM in Technology in the classroom
As a student teacher in a private school for students with disabilities my school thrives on technology for students. However, I've come across a lot of difficulties with technology over the past several months (I used to think I was great with technology). Often times I find that our Kindles or iPads aren't always updated. Teachers take these technology resources, use them, but don't really care ...
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Sun, Oct 05, 2014 3:05 PM in Student Teaching and Substitute Teaching
I think that depending on what state you are in and what program you are in for teaching will play a major role in your decision.
The education program that I am in now is very intensive. While I would have loved to sub, it just was not possible for me and the coursework load. While subbing would be great classroom experience it may also come with some extra stress. It all depends o...
Sun, Oct 05, 2014 2:45 PM in Flexable Teaching
As a developing teacher, I never really knew what flexibility meant until I started actually teaching my lessons and interacting with students. After teaching several lessons, I realized that flexibility is something that just happens. I think that in the classroom flexibility really means that you can identify if something is not working and how you react to that. Somethings you think will be gre...
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