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5 Major Challenges of Special Education Teachers

29th July 2022

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Research revealed that 75% of those who teach special needs students will leave their job within 10 years of starting.  They face several challenges that make the task extremely difficult. Read the blog to know more! ...


Written By : Sonal Agrawal

                  

     

Roadmap To Become A Director Of Diversity And Inclusion

21st July 2022

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General education educators and special education teachers alike are recognizing the advantages of inclusive education. Read the blog to know how to become a director of diversity and inclusion to promote equity in schools. ...


Written By : Aditi Ghose

                  

     

Autism And Vacation Are Made For Each Other - Learn Why

15th July 2022

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An autism-friendly environment is a place where kids with autism will have a manageable degree of sensory stimuli, that will calm their minds. They will be able to process the sensory stimulation they receive a cut above and relate those in a superior way. ...


Written By : Sheetal Sharma

                  

     

6 Ways To Improve Home-School Communication

7th July 2022

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Parental engagement is important. Both parents, as well as teachers, can work together to deliver a support system that supports children flourishing and succeeding in school. Read more to know! ...


Written By : Sonal Agrawal

                  

     

Time Saving Special Education Resources To Be Used During Distance Learning

30th June 2022

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While adapting to remote learning can be a challenge for many students and teachers, the learning curve can be abrupt for special needs students. Keep reading to know more about the tips and resources for the digital special education classroom setting. ...


Written By : Aditi Ghose

                  

     

Learn These Important Things Before Teaching A Dyslexic Student

23rd June 2022

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During the admission process, kids are asked to read and write the alphabet. If a kid reads the alphabet and letters smoothly without rhyming, teachers are saying that it is a sign that the kid is not having dyslexia. On the contrary, children with learning disabilities will perform poorly and teachers are ready to respond quickly to this scene. ...


Written By : Sheetal Sharma

                  

     
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