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    can help the children in.” When I asked Richard to tell me his experience in working with children with disabilities, he stated: “I started as a paraprofessional in the general education setting and moved to paraprofessional in special education for 4 years as I continued my education to get my special education credential and degree.” When I asked Richard what are your strengths and weaknesses in working with children with disabilities, he stated:

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    Shannon Gasper Mrs. Brezinsky Advanced Composition 12 February 2013 Improving Special Education Over the past years, there is no topic that is more controversial between parents, teachers and administrators than inclusion. A school system's main objective throughout the year is to help their students succeed. School administrators strive to see their students succeed in school, and also continue to become better human beings. One way a school system can ensure their students will become better

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    Special education is the practice of educating students with special educational needs by addressing their individual needs and differences. This process involves the individually planned arrangements of teaching procedures, adapted materials and equipment as well as accessible settings designed to help students with special needs to achieve a higher level of education and success. Usually parents that who has a child with special needs would like for their child to receive a quality education. People

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    Effects of Labels in Special Education

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    Introduction Attitudes toward students who are enrolled in special education are upsetting and the labels that are placed upon these students are appalling and mistaken. Labeling does affect the perception of these exceptional children. A lack of data appears in the effects of labels on teachers, adults, children and high school students. Observations and research techniques are used to make a conclusion that labeling is presented and determined in a wrong way. Labeling in schools has brought

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    was transfer into the CTT setting I overheard another student saying that “students in special ed are stupid and the only thing they do all day is just watch movies”. I didn’t get mad at all but someone else would have. But beside the negative views from others I knew that there are a lot of positive advantages of being in the special EDUCATION PROGRAM. You get extra services that a student in general education it like for example getting addition time on exams or projects, getting one on one help

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    Special Education

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    Eleven years ago I began my career as a special education teacher in which I taught all 6th grade subjects within a small group setting. At the beginning of the school year, I assessed my students, evaluated the data, and taught students based on their level. Throughout the year, I would continue the process of assessing (benchmarking), to determine progress made. Often time, there would be tremendous progress made which would lead to a recommendation for that student to join an inclusion class

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    The process of special education is a procedure that all school districts need to follow. It encompasses a lot of steps that can be difficult to understand. Usually before a referral, the student is brought to the attention of a team of individuals. This team can include regular education teacher, principal, and special education teacher or educational diagnostician. The team comes up with strategies that are to be tried with the student for several weeks. The teacher must document what they try

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    accommodations to various components of the lesson to serve the needs of as many special populations as possible. In our presentation we will demonstrate instructional strategies of co-teaching such as, alternative instruction, one teach-one assist and team teaching. All of these interventions are meant to provide customized and individual attention to students with special needs in a general classroom with integration of special education. The Lesson: Everything taught in

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    philosophy on special education begins with this firm conviction, I believe all children are “uniquely and wonderfully” made, and regardless of their disability, posse unique gifts and talents. My philosophy of special education has developed, not from just being a general education teacher for many years, and a graduate student in special education, but also from being blessed to be a parent of a special needs child. I believe that every child deserves to have the best possible education, regardless

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    states that the word means being a part of something or the feeling of being part of a whole. By looking at this term, one gets a sense about what inclusion education is all about (Karten p. 2). Inclusion education is the mainstreaming of Special Education students into a regular classroom (Harchik). A school that involves inclusive education makes a commitment to educate each and every student to their highest potential by whatever means necessary (Stout). Their goal is for all children, disabled

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