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- Available Lessons: 169
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryLearn special education teaching strategies with this useful teacher resource course. Inside the course, you'll find lessons and supplemental materials that can help you learn new teaching strategies and strengthen your skills as a special education instructior.
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- Detailed video explanations for wrong answers
About This Course
This self-paced course offers special education teachers a way to improve their instructional skills. Through this collection of simple lessons, you'll review several special education teaching strategies that can help you support students who have autism, hearing impairments, ADHD, emotional and behavioral issues, dyslexia and more. You'll also take away fun class activities and games that can improve executive function, memory and visual perception in students.
How It Works
Inside this course, you'll find simple and short lessons that examine a variety of special education teaching strategies. You can access these lessons at any time that fits your schedule using your computer, smartphone or tablet. Try the lesson quizzes and chapter exams to reinforce your understanding of these special education teaching approaches.
The course includes:
- Concise and informative lessons that are typically less than ten minutes in length
- A course dashboard that keeps track of your progress throughout the course and allows you to navigate to specific chapter topics
- Printable lesson transcripts
- Quizzes, chapter exams and a final assessment to help you check your understanding of the course material
- Subject-matter experts who are available to answer any questions you may have about special education teaching strategies
How It Helps
- Builds awareness: Lessons help you become more aware of ADHD information, as well as behavioral and emotional issues that can arise in the classroom.
- Student engagement: You'll learn a variety of activities, games and exercises that are designed to educate and engage students who have special needs.
- Improves special education instruction: The course's lessons offer tips, strategies and information that can help you become a more accommodating and effective special education teacher.
- Teaching autistic and deaf students
- Applying auditory learning strategies
- Interpreting resources and information about ADHD
- Developing motor skills in special education
- Accommodating students with dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia dyspraxia and apraxia
- Understanding emotional and behavioral issues in the classroom
- Teaching executive function, visual perceptual activities, memory games and other exercises
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