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The beginning special education teacher:
Applies procedures for ensuring a safe, positive, and supportive learning
environment in which diversities are valued, and knows how to address
common environmental and personal barriers that hinder accessibility for
and acceptance of individuals with disabilities.
The beginning special education teacher:
Knows how to use instructional time efficiently and effectively for individuals
with disabilities.
The beginning special education teacher:
Knows how to design, structure, and manage daily routines, including transition
time, for students in a variety of educational settings, and applies procedures
for monitoring behavior changes across activities and settings.
The beginning special education teacher:
Applies knowledge of basic classroom management theories, methods, and
techniques for individuals with disabilities, research-based best practices for
effective management of teaching and learning, and management procedures
that are appropriate to individual needs.
The beginning special education teacher:
Identifies ways in which technology can assist in managing the teaching and
learning environment to meet the needs of individual students.
The beginning special education teacher:
Knows various types of assistive technologies, devices, services, and
resources and their role in facilitating students' educational achievement,
communication, positioning, mobility, and active participation in educational
activities and routines.
The beginning special education teacher:
Knows how to make informed decisions about types and levels of assistive
technologies, devices, and services for students with various needs, collect
and analyze information about a student's environment and curriculum to
identify and monitor assistive technology needs, and support the use of
assistive technologies, devices, and services.
The beginning special education teacher:
Applies procedures for participating in the selection and implementation of
assistive technologies, devices, and services for students with various needs.
The beginning special education teacher:
Applies procedures for coordinating activities of related services personnel and
directing the activities of paraprofessionals, aides, volunteers, and peer tutors.
The beginning special education teacher:
Under the direction of related services personnel, applies knowledge of
appropriate body mechanics to ensure student and teacher safety in transfer,
lifting, positioning, and seating.