By Teachers, For Teachers
Learning retention is a major goal for all educators, and bringing it about is especially challenging for a special education teacher.
In this featured multimedia podcast, we examine the ways in which learning retention can be enhanced for special ed students. As you might imagine, retention doesn’t differ that much from student to student, but there are some unique ways that a special education teacher can insure that the lessons they administer won’t be forgotten after the test is over.
Educators know that simply opening a book and reading won’t cut it for every students, and the same is true for special ed students – experience and application are two keys we expand upon here.
So watch this video to sharpen your skillbase to better reach the long-term education goals of your class.
This video originally appeared in TeachHUB magazine, always available for free.