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Classroom Management

Whether in a general, special ed, or inclusive classroom, teaching is a challenge. Handling 30 different kids with individual needs—and varying attention spans—can confound even the best teachers. One way teachers can help their students with LD is to create a well-managed, structured classroom environment. We have put together a variety of articles to help teachers do everything from arrange furniture to manage behavior issues.

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Teaching Tolerance(To Students with Learning Disabilities)

The 10 Essentials to Keep in Mind When Working with Children with LD

Rick Lavoie's essential 10-point philosophy for understanding and managing the behavior of children with learning disabilities.

The Teacher's Role in Developing Social Skills

What Are Classrooms Like for Students with Learning Disabilities?

Classrooms can be perilous in a number of ways for students with learning disabilities. Here are some tips to remember when working with students with LD.

When the Chips Are Down with Rick Lavoie

Richard Lavoie, nationally known expert on learning disabilities, offers practical advice on dealing with behavioral problems quickly and effectively.

Why Special Education Teachers Should Care About Foster Care

The United States Department of Health and Human Services reported that an estimated 528,000 youth reside in foster care. Thus, it is imperative that child welfare accounts for the important voice of special education teachers in the lives of foster children it serves.

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