Qualities of a Special Education Teacher [Infographic]
Special education teachers need remarkable qualities to succeed. This infographic is focused on traits needed to be a successful special ed teacher and celebrates those who thrive in this field.
STEM Versus STEAM Education
With a growing focus on STEM courses and careers, arts programs in the United States are taking a hit. But arts education creates focused, well-rounded and creative students that can take on any challenge. Let’s take a look at how adding creativity and ingenuity turns STEM education into STEAM education.
Teaching Life Skills in Special Education
Teaching independent life skills is a process that begins at birth and goes on into adulthood. Children with disabilities sometimes find these skills difficult to perform for various reasons. As their classroom teacher, you can help your students acquire these skills and live as independently as possible.
Support at Every Step: Five Types of Counselors
There are many different therapy disciplines, since counselors can help people at all stages of their lives. Learn about five types of counselors.
Relapse Warning Signs
The road to rehabilitation is bumpy and relapse is common. If someone in your life has struggled with addiction in the past, there are some crucial warning signs to look out for that may be signaling a relapse is imminent.
Keeping the Knot Tied
Marriage isn’t all sunshine and rainbows. It’s hard work. For many, marriage counseling is a necessary tool for maintaining a healthy, happy, loving relationship.