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  • Special Education In Special Schools

    Nelson Mandela once stated, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” The education system is constantly evolving and changing in Indiana. New ways and new ideas are put into play in general education classes, but special education classes could be improved. For example, each student that is within a special education classroom does not have the same disability as another student. Even if their diagnosis is the same, the spectrum is huge and one child could be more severe than the other. By this, one might consider how all needs of a child with disabilities are met and how some students’ needs are not being met in all aspects. The questions then are raised such as Naomi Zigmond (2016) stated. “Where should students with disabilities be educated?” One conclusion was made. If…

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  • Analysis Of Tally's Pretties And Specials

    change is being forced upon us.” In Tally’s world no words could be more true. Pretties and Specials are the second and third books in the Uglies series. Within the trilogy the story follows Tally, a young girl who finds out what is truly happening in her society. In Tally’s futuristic city people undergo an operation on their sixteenth birthday to become a “Pretty” the operation alters their looks and their brains. During the operation a lesion is put in everyone’s brain to make them forget…

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  • Special Needs Children

    “What makes a child gifted and talented may not always be good grades in school, but a different way of looking at the world and learning” (Grassley). Special needs children are picked on and made fun of more than what people consider normal children. The children with special needs are sometimes made to feel ugly, unwanted, different, and many other things by their peers. Our goal is to make the special needs children feel wonderful about themselves. Make them believe that they are just as…

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  • Importance Of Special Needs In Special Education

    chosen to work with special needs children and or work in special education. The research that has been collected has been endeavored upon the retrieval of why they want to work with special needs students and special education. Describe your participants: The chosen participants are the teachers in the school/classroom setting. Teachers and teachers aids ranging from 20 years of age to 50 and plus years of teachers and teachers aids. Within the classroom/school setting there is a vast amount…

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  • Special Needs

    A good overview about what special needs is, has been provided from this learning process. From that, we have learned about the categories of special needs that affect human beings especially young children. Proper definitions, causes and prevention about what these categories entail have been clearly put down and understood. This paper focuses on the summary, knowledge and insights of what we have learned from this process. We must understand what these categories of special needs are. They are…

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  • Special Education

    Special Education was designed to instruct and meet the educational, social, emotional, and vocational needs of students with disabilities (“Special”). Special Education teachers identify, locate, and evaluate children labeled with disabilities, create IEP’s for each child, educate them within “least restrictive environments”, provide education for private schools and are certified teachers (“The History”). “Special Education refers to to a more range of services that can be provided in…

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  • Inclusion In Special Education

    field of special education. By law children are required to be in the least restrictive environment to reach their full academic potential. Inclusion means that special needs children are included into a general education classroom. Mainstreaming has been used to refer to selective placement of special education students in one or more regular education classes. Proponents of mainstreaming generally assume that a student must earn his or her opportunity to be placed in regular classes by…

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  • Special Education Assignment

    Background The purpose of this assignment is to gain a deeper understanding of students with disabilities, the individuals who interact with them, and different processes/aspects of special education. For this assignment, an individual who frequently interacts with children with some form of disability was asked a series of questions. Amy Edwards - a special education teacher at McKinley Elementary located in Xenia, Ohio was interviewed. Ms. Edwards first became interested in special education…

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  • Special Education Benefits

    Special Education is the education practiced by special needs or students with disabilities. By focusing on each students individulatities and learning differences, special education teachers help disabled student further their education. Special education has had a noteable history; however, it has flourished greatly over the last fifty years. New technology and further research has modified special education to make it personalized for each individual’s specific needs. Special education has…

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  • Special Education Challenges

    Introduction Special education has made significant changes over the past years, partly due to the fact that people have stood up and made a change for the better toward children with disabilities. Children are no longer put into segregated hospitals and left to die and forgotten about. Children for many years were labeled as unlovable and a disgrace and hid away from society. Parents were faced with humiliation and public scorning for having a child with a disability and lived in fear. People…

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