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The beginning special education teacher:
Understands the collaborative roles of students, parents/guardians, teachers, and other school and community personnel in planning and implementing
an individualized program, and applies effective strategies for working
collaboratively in various contexts.
The beginning special education teacher:
Applies knowledge of factors that promote effective communication and
collaboration with students, parents/guardians, teachers, paraprofessionals,
and other school and community personnel.
The beginning special education teacher:
Knows how to foster respectful and beneficial relationships between families and professionals in the school and community.
The beginning special education teacher:
Knows typical concerns of families of individuals with disabilities and
appropriate strategies to support families in dealing with these concerns.
The beginning special education teacher:
Applies knowledge of strategies for encouraging and assisting parents/
guardians in their role as active participants in their children's education, and
applies procedures for planning and conducting collaborative conferences with parents/guardians.
The beginning special education teacher:
Applies knowledge of effective communication in various professional contexts, and knows ethical practices for confidential communication regarding
individuals with disabilities.
The beginning special education teacher:
Knows the types of information generally available from parents/guardians,
school officials, the legal system, and community service agencies.
The beginning special education teacher:
Applies knowledge of the collaborative and consultative roles of special
education teachers, paraprofessionals, and other school personnel in
integrating individuals with disabilities into general educational settings.
The beginning special education teacher:
Knows how to collaborate with teachers in the general educational setting and
other school and community personnel to integrate individuals with disabilities
into various learning environments.
The beginning special education teacher:
Knows how to serve as a resource person for families, general education
teachers, administrators, and other school personnel regarding the characteristics
and needs of individuals with disabilities.