Thursday, September 21, 2006

Special-ed a demanding, fulfilling field

Renee Moon, a special-ed teacher at Bologna Elementary School in Chandler: "You have to put yourself in their place and see the way they learn. Each one of them is so different."

From the CEC Smart Brief:

Tucson teachers Renee Moon and Kathryn Loffredo celebrate the uniqueness and accomplishment of their students, who have severe disabilities. Arizona State University professor Alfredo Artiles says that unlike
special-ed teachers in the past, today's best special educators have a strong understanding of the general curriculum. Tucson Citizen (Ariz.) (9/21)

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