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Tips, Techniques and tricks used by special education teachers.

Learning Theories Uncovered

Learning Theories Uncovered

Education is a huge part of our world, both past, and present. Many individuals have spent years researching and theorizing about how people learn. One thing that is certain, within...
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Size Of The Problem Matters

Size Of The Problem Matters

We all encounter problems throughout the day. Some problems are more significant than others. Such problems can leave us feeling angry or frustrated. As a child, problems can cause reactions...
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Social Skills Defined

Social Skills Defined

As many of you know, we throw the term “social skills” around, but do we really know and understand the meaning of it? Since most people don’t, let’s dive into...
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Holidays With Special Needs

Holidays With Special Needs

Dealing with the holidays can be a very stressful and trying time for families and individuals alike. It is crucial when preparing for the upcoming events to remember people with...
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3 Incredible Science Strategies

3 Incredible Science Strategies

Science is a fun, interactive subject where discovery and amazement combine. Science is also a subject that may be difficult for some students because of the concepts being taught. At...
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Is Inclusion A Good Idea?

Is Inclusion A Good Idea?

It is vital for students to be educated in an environment that is most appropriate for them. From Inclusion to Self-Contained, there are many environments to consider when teaching special...
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Behavior Management At Home

Behavior Management At Home

Behavior management in children at home can be one of the most challenging tasks a parent faces. Most of the behaviors can be defiant behaviors, such as refusing to pick...
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