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15 Things Special Ed Teachers Need To Know BY: STEPHANIE GONZALEZ
2. Research your students disabilities
3. Use technology
4. Social skills!
5. Know the best routine for your students
6. ALL CHILDREN NEED BREAKS!
7. Reward system
8. Growth chart for the students
9. Make sure they think they have choices too
10. Not all parents will be on your side
11. Don’t be afraid to ask for help!
12. Don’t always have to stick according to plan
13. Not every child learns the same way
15. There will always be good and bad days
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