Industry News in Special Education

Special education is constantly evolving. As a teacher or professional, it’s important to stay up to date on the latest industry news and trending topics in the field. Explore this page to discover industry news, informative articles, and helpful resources.

3 Valuable Pieces of Special Education Career Advice

3 Valuable Pieces of Special Education Career Advice

At any stage in your career, everyone can benefit from a solid piece of career advice. In the field of special education careers, these three individuals have excelled in their respective paths. Psychiatrist and ADHD specialist Dr. Ned Hallowell, classroom teacher and behavioral therapist Tim Villegas and speech pathologist Carrie Clarke all offer their wisdom regularly. […]

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A Closer Look at Autism Spectrum Disorders

Working with students on the autism spectrum can pose unique challenges for teachers, which is why many educators decide to pursue a Master’s of Special Education. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is characterized by a wide range or “spectrum” of strengths and differences in social, communication and behavioral challenges. According to estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, […]

3 Things Parents Need to Know About Personalized Learning

3 Things Parents Need to Know About Personalized Learning

What do parents needs to know about Personalized Learning? Click here for three important things to understand.

Bullying Prevention for Children with Special Health Care Needs

Bullying Prevention for Children with Special Health Care Needs

Children with special health care needs are often at a higher risk of getting bullied. What can you do? Read this bullying prevention guide to find out.

7 Reasons to Use Visual Supports in the Early Childhood ESE Classroom

7 Reasons to Use Visual Supports in the Early Childhood ESE Classroom

Visual supports assist young students in comprehending their environment. Students with language delays often have difficulty understanding and processing verbal language. A picture rich classroom environment can ease anxiety, empower students and help them build social skills. While it takes some effort up front for teachers to build a visual rich classroom, the payoff is […]