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The beginning special education teacher:
Analyzes cultural factors and perspectives that affect relationships among
students, parents/guardians, schools, and communities with regard to providing
instruction for individuals with disabilities.
The beginning special education teacher:
Knows how to serve as a resource person for families, general education
teachers, administrators, and other personnel in recognizing the characteristics
of and meeting the needs of individuals with learning differences in the general
education classroom.
The beginning special education teacher:
Knows how to use assessment results to design, monitor, and adapt instruction
to enhance student learning, and applies skills for selecting, adapting, and
using effective, research-based instructional strategies, practices, and
materials that are developmentally appropriate and age appropriate and that
meet individual needs.
The beginning special education teacher:
Knows instructional, compensatory, enrichment, and remedial methods,
techniques, and curriculum materials, and applies strategies for modifying
instruction based on the differing learning styles and needs of students.
The beginning special education teacher:
Applies knowledge of techniques for motivating students, including the effects of high teacher expectations on student motivation.
The beginning special education teacher:
Knows life-skills and self-help curricula and strategies for providing students with life-skills instruction relevant to independent or assisted living and employment.
The beginning special education teacher:
Knows how to select and use appropriate technologies to accomplish
instructional objectives, and applies skills for appropriately integrating
technology into the instructional process.
The beginning special education teacher:
Applies strategies for integrating affective, social, and career/vocational skills
with academic curricula, teaching students with disabilities to solve problems and use other cognitive strategies to meet their individual needs, and facilitating
maintenance and generalization of skills across learning environments.
The beginning special education teacher:
Knows how to adapt lessons to maximize the physical abilities of individuals
with specialized needs.
The beginning special education teacher:
Knows how to integrate related services into all types of educational settings.
The beginning special education teacher:
Knows how to provide community-referenced and community-based instruction
as appropriate.
The beginning special education teacher:
Knows how to design and implement instruction in independent living skills,
vocational skills, and career education for students with physical and health disabilities and how to promote the use of medical self-management
procedures for students with specialized health care needs.