A special education teacher works with children of different ages, promoting and managing their growth in conjunction with their special needs.
The children a special education teacher works with will generally have cognitive, emotional, or physical disabilities.
A special education teacher will modify the general education curriculum to make sure each student’s special individual needs are met. Special education jobs require a teacher to be patient, accepting, and understanding.
Anthos House has a strong interest in training special education teachers who are passionate about students with special needs and will love to take the right approach.
This is done under the direction of Greensprings Training Center.
Being a teacher of children with special needs can be challenging, but also extremely satisfying. While it can be physically and emotionally draining to help students with mental and physical disabilities, it is also rewarding to help them progress and succeed.
Similar to teachers of other subjects, special education teachers plan lessons, instruct children, and assign activities to children, grading assignments and tests, tracking students’ progress, and meeting with parents to discuss overall progress.
That is why we have put together this platform to help aspiring special education teachers.
Learning and attention challenges impact not only academic skills, but can also impact social, emotional and behavioural areas too.
In our training, a 360-degree approach is crucial, as certain kinds of knowledge, skills, and preparation are required for long-term success as a special educator.