Accommodating exceptionally able students
For example, teachers with classrooms full of students struggling with attention deficit problems can utilize more learning activities in classroom instruction.
This will maintain the attention of children while they learn.
Pros-Great experience for a first internship, you learn a ton and have great support-Flexible Hours-Great mentors-Many job offers after internship/school is over I really enjoy my time here at Maverick.
The flexibility of scheduling and being able to work remote are great during the school year.
This information combined with a general knowledge of the disability will enable teachers to be better prepared to handle any problems during the course of classroom instruction.Depending on which client you end up working for, this could be fairly easy work or challenging, rewarding work.Being able to email the CEO and the upper management for advice or support is pretty rare and this company does great with this.Many teachers have learned that when they utilize non-disabled students in their classrooms they are better able to work with special-needs students.
Many times, teachers assign good students to work individually with their special-needs peers.
Or, from a more historical perspective, what if you were Mozart and you were told you had to take beginning music classes because of your age. Some choose to be successful given the constructs of public school and others choose to rebel.