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    Article ID: 3495

    Effective Strategies for Middle School Mathematics Teaching in Special Education

    by Xu zihan

    Contemporary Special Education Research, Vol.13, No.1, 2024; 6 Views, 6 PDF Downloads

    The effectiveness of middle school mathematics teaching is related to factors such as deaf students’ own factors, learning interests, learning perseverance, and learning attitudes. Therefore, in teaching practice, in order to improve the mathematical literacy of deaf students, teachers must combine the characteristics of deaf students, identify the problems that exist in their learning of mathematics, and lay a solid foundation for lifelong education of deaf students. Based on personal work practice, discuss effective teaching strategies from the aspects of concept teaching, skill teaching, and cultivating mathematical thinking ability.

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    Article ID: 3496

    Exploration of Education Strategies for Special Students

    by Kong Jun

    Contemporary Special Education Research, Vol.13, No.1, 2024; 7 Views, 8 PDF Downloads

    Special students are difficult to integrate into the collective and require special care from teachers in order to ensure that they successfully complete their studies and grow up into adults. Left behind children, single parent students, intellectually disabled students, impoverished students and other special students all have some physiological and psychological problems. Parents often show excessive care for their children, which leads to some bad behaviors among these students. The lack of such education has affected our normal education of special students and brought certain difficulties to the moral education work of schools. As a frontline elementary school teacher, we should embrace the idea of education without discrimination, accept different students, understand the psychological laws of these students according to their actual situation, take targeted measures to teach according to their aptitude, guide students to transform their concepts, make them no longer lonely, cold, insecure, or mischievous, make them feel the love of the class teachers and students, and then gain strength, generate positive moral pursuits, and lay the foundation for their beautiful future.

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    Article ID: 3497

    On the Training of Special Professional Talents in Higher Education Institutions

    by Cheng chen

    Contemporary Special Education Research, Vol.13, No.1, 2024; 3 Views, 4 PDF Downloads

    Due to the relatively unique educational target of special education teachers, higher education institutions need to continuously strengthen students’ professional training skills, enrich the content of special education professional knowledge, and better adapt to the current development needs of special education. In the process of cultivating special education professionals, Chinese higher education institutions need to comprehensively analyze the current situation of professional talent cultivation, continuously optimize talent training programs, and provide more excellent professional talents for special education in China. The article provides reasonable suggestions based on the actual situation.

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    Article ID: 3504

    Research on the cultivation of special education professionals in the era of big data

    by Wang Meng

    Contemporary Special Education Research, Vol.13, No.1, 2024; 3 Views, 4 PDF Downloads

    In the era of big data, the education sector is increasingly benefiting from the development of data science and technology. In the field of special education, the application of big data technology provides unprecedented opportunities and challenges for personalized and precise education. The cultivation of special education professionals also needs to keep up with the times, focusing on the cultivation of skills such as data analysis and data mining, in order to better meet the special needs of different learning groups. This study aims to explore the training strategies and methods for special education professionals in the era of big data, in order to promote the development of special education and achieve more intelligent and personalized educational services.

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    Article ID: 3516

    Research on the Application of Sports Games in Special Education School Teaching

    by Cheng Xian

    Contemporary Special Education Research, Vol.13, No.1, 2024; 5 Views, 6 PDF Downloads

    Students in special schools have certain characteristics in sports training, teaching, and other aspects compared to students in ordinary schools. Normal educational activities obviously cannot meet the learning needs of special school students. Rich and colorful sports games often combine sports content with students’ interests and hobbies well, thus achieving teaching goals. Adding game elements to physical education teaching content can stimulate students’ interest in learning, increase their enthusiasm for sports participation, and improve their physical fitness. Therefore, it is necessary to carry out sports activities in special schools and make reasonable use of sports games.

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500 special needs children waiting on school bus place


Five hundred children with special needs were waiting on a school bus place at the start of this academic year.

Figures released to Fianna Fáil show that more than 2,700 applications for school transport for children with special educational needs were accepted for the 2018/19 school year.

However, statistics reveal that transport arrangements were still being finalised for some 500 of these applications at the beginning of September.

Fianna Fáil's Thomas Byrne told RTÉ News he was prompted to ask a Parliamentary Question to the Department of Education following a number of queries from concerned parents with special needs children who were having problems getting a place on the school bus.

Mr Byrne said it was "not fair" that hundreds of children have been left without transport to primary and post-primary schools.

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South Dakota School Celebrates 30 Years of Special Education


YANKTON, S.D. (AP) — For more than 30 years, Yankton's Stewart School has had an entire wing of its building dedicated to providing special education services.

"It's been around since 1987, and was kind of created on a napkin by Joyce Wentworth, our former director of student services," said Jerome Klimisch, principal of Stewart Elementary School. "She got to be the design person with Linda Balfany, the special education teacher."

Stewart School, which was built in 1966, was a good fit because it was fully accessible to students with physical disabilities. In addition to the usual classrooms, The SPED wing includes an office for a speech therapist, a physical therapy room, an occupational therapy room, an outdoor playground in the back and a kitchen.

"The original plans included a working kitchen so kids could learn life skills and do laundry," Klimisch told the Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan . "Life skills are important for kids in Special Ed."

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