5 Best Practices for Accelerating Student Learning in Special Education
Students with special learning needs don’t fit into the general education mold. A one-size-fits-all approach simply won’t work. Special education programs are notoriously short-staffed and special educators leave the profession at double the rate of general educators. While educators often take on heavy caseloads, the personnel factor is only one of several that contribute to the slow progress and poor outcomes for students in special education.
If you are looking for ways to help students with special education needs accelerate learning, this whitepaper is for you.
You will learn:
How educators can easily individualize instructional plans on a student-by-student basis
Best methods to deliver high-quality and consistent instruction
Ways to measure and increase practice opportunities for students
Timely and accurate ways to deliver feedback based on each student’s progress
Data practices that help improve instruction and interventions