A Guide on Down Syndrome for Special Education Teachers Special education teachers may have a student with Down syndrome in their classroom. Find out here how Down Syndrome may affect a child’s academic performance, and get tips and strategies for meeting these children's special needs.
Adaptations in the Classroom The teacher should identify the learning difficulty of the disabled children using diagnostic assessments and classroom testing. Suitable arrangements should be made in the classroom to make the school environment effective for better learning and access for special needs students.
Special Education Guide: Art Activites and Lessons Often times special eduction students are eager to show their emotions through their creative side. Discover fun engaging art lessons that will help your special needs student embrace their imagination and creativity.
Special Education: A Guide to Technology Options Teachers who work with students who have special needs may find that their students benefit from assistive devices. These Bright Hub articles can provide information on technology in the classroom, what options are available for different disorders and legal and IEP questions teachers may have.
Computer Access for Learners With Special Needs An equal-access computer learning center for a student with a disability helps promote educational pursuits. Maneuvering within it easily and efficiently enhances participation in all learning activities with support from a knowledgeable staff.
Mental Health Issues: Students At-Risk School preventative practices can aid interventions for children with mental health problems. Disrupting negative factors that interfere with children's mental health can alleviate the onset of depression, anxiety and substance abuse.