Special education teacher duties. Task 2
TEACHER DUTIES. TASK 2
Студент Чиканкова Людмила
Преподаватель Живодрова Т.А.
education, aided education, exceptional education, special
ed. , SEN or SPED) is the practice of educating students in a way
that addresses their individual differences and special needs.
students at elementary, middle, and high schools. Students'
disabilities might range from mild learning difficulties to severe
physical and mental impairments. You'll use a variety of
instruction methods to teach disabled students including group
activities, one-on-one mentorship, computer technologies, and
meet the requirements of moderate to severe needs
students who have a range of learning, emotional,
physical and mental disabilities.
Qualifications and Experience
•Bachelors degree in the appropriate field
•valid State teaching certification
•appropriate Special Education endorsements or licensure
•experience in diagnosing and assessing learning
•experience in educating special needs students
•proven effective classroom and student behavior
•knowledge of current special education practices and
•knowledge and understanding of State, local and federal
regulations and policies affecting special education
•working knowledge of educational technology
•Teaching a small group of students and individuals inside
and outside of the classroom
sign language or lip reading
•Provide the necessary information to the classroom
teacher prior to the child entering the general education
classroom regarding the student’s disability, medical
concerns, and/or equipment operation (ways to meet
•Develop schedules and supervise plans for
•With the general education teacher, develop and
supervise plan for paraprofessional duties.
curriculum to meet the requirements of special needs
•prepare special needs students for inclusion and
transition to mainstream
•maintain a current knowledge of special education best
practices and trends