Whether you've made your career in special education, or are new to the field of special ed, chances are you've picked up some great teaching strategies along the way.
Here's a chance to be rewarded for your knowledge, and help others at the same time.
Share your special education teaching strategy or tip here, and receive a reward of $ 10. towards any of the hundreds of special education resources available in this special-needs-products store.
To qualify, just submit an original tip on any topic related to special education issues (ie. it hasn't already appeared on this site).
Here are some example topics: learning disabilities, inclusive education, deaf education, early childhood, multiple disabilities, using assistive technology in the classroom, autism in the classroom, picture symbol communication.... you name it.
We're looking for special education teaching tips that have enough information to provide value to other teachers, homeschoolers and other education professionals - so aim for at least 250 words or so. You have a total of 10,000 characters available to use, so be generous with your explanation!
Feel free to include a photo too!
You can also review suggestions made to date and comment on anything that's already been posted. Add your own twist, tell us about your experience using the tip, or rank the usefulness of the idea offered.
There will be additional rewards given occasionally to any idea that generates a lot of interest and is deemed useful, as well as surprise bonuses for people commenting too.
To be included in any of the bonus rewards, be sure to include your name and email address after you submit your contribution or comment. You'll see a spot to input your name and email right after you submit your contribution.
Don't worry, it won't be posted online, and you won't be bombarded with email - I hate spam, and won't subject you to it. The information collected here is strictly for providing your reward.
Submit your teaching tips as often as you like. You'll be able to collect your reward dollars and combine them to use against the purchase price of any item.
Help and be helped - what a great way to get the special education resources you need!
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