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40 Things Your Child’s Teacher Wants You to Know Neena Samuel Updated: Apr. 05, 2020 A look inside a teacher’s mind could help you understand lesson plans and maybe even guide your child. If your child has already been diagnosed with a learning disability, look for a tutor who is a credentialed special-education teacher. “You have to ask the company if they actually have an. Your child’s special ed teachers and therapists can be wonderful resources to help you solve daily problems. Tackling these mundane issues can help make your family’s everyday life more.

But you also want your child to develop a love of learning. You want your child to actually see the connection between academic and personal success. That’s why, when you see your child is struggling in school, your initial reaction might be to request testing through the school district, to get your child evaluated for special education.

What I won’t tell you is that I encouraged my own daughter to pull her kids out of school to visit me during my break. These teacher-approved tricks will get your kids ready for back to school. Ask if the administrator can talk to your child’s teacher to get things on track. 3. Take it to the IEP team.

If after that your child’s IEP still isn’t being followed, request an IEP team meeting to discuss your concerns. (To get guidance ahead of time, you can speak to your. If you change your mind, tell the school right away. Put it in writing. The evaluation has to stop. 26.

Once the first evaluation is done, will my child ever get another one? If your child gets special education services, the school must do more evaluations in the future. All other evaluations are called reevaluations. And if you know a teacher who really is spending their night’s pondering differentiation and rigor (two prominent learning strategies teachers must use) help them STOP. Seriously.

Tell them to close their laptop, put away their lesson plan binder, and go get a drink. Take a walk. Relax in a bath. Teacher burnout is real. You start this process by filing a complaint.

This is a written document that spells out your dispute with the school. The complaint must state a violation of IDEA. You might argue that the school wrongly denied your child special education.

Or you might say the school isn’t providing appropriate services. In today’s age of privacy laws and identity protection, teachers seem to have a larger responsibility to protect students’ privacy than they have in the past. Previously, teachers only needed.

List of related literature:

In almost all cases, a person in your school district who is knowledgeable about special education will determine which tests are to be given to your child.

“The Complete IEP Guide: How to Advocate for Your Special Ed Child” by Lawrence M. Siegel
from The Complete IEP Guide: How to Advocate for Your Special Ed Child
by Lawrence M. Siegel
NOLO, 2017

However, crucial information must be gathered by teachers and family members before a child is referred for psychoeducational testing and prior to a child’s placement in an appropriate special education program.

“Encyclopedia of School Psychology” by T. Stuart Watson, Christopher H. Skinner
from Encyclopedia of School Psychology
by T. Stuart Watson, Christopher H. Skinner
Springer US, 2004

The first part asked about the child’s educational progress, social skills, literacy and mathematics knowledge, parent involvement, transition into kindergarten, and whether the child received preschool special education services.

“Encyclopedia of Special Education, Volume 3: A Reference for the Education of Children, Adolescents, and Adults Disabilities and Other Exceptional Individuals” by Cecil R. Reynolds, Kimberly J. Vannest, Elaine Fletcher-Janzen
from Encyclopedia of Special Education, Volume 3: A Reference for the Education of Children, Adolescents, and Adults Disabilities and Other Exceptional Individuals
by Cecil R. Reynolds, Kimberly J. Vannest, Elaine Fletcher-Janzen
Wiley, 2018

The complete IEP guide: How to advocate for your special ed child.

“Primary Care of the Child With a Chronic Condition E-Book” by Patricia Jackson Allen, Judith A. Vessey, Naomi Schapiro
from Primary Care of the Child With a Chronic Condition E-Book
by Patricia Jackson Allen, Judith A. Vessey, Naomi Schapiro
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2009

However, the information in an IEP is considered confidential, and schools are restricted from releasing it to people who do not have a legitimate educational interest in the child.

“Teach: Introduction to Education” by Janice Koch
from Teach: Introduction to Education
by Janice Koch
SAGE Publications, 2018

The IEP is written by a team that often includes the classroom teacher, the parent/guardian, and other professionals or specialists able to speak to the child’s needs and interpret test results.

“The SAGE Encyclopedia of Human Communication Sciences and Disorders” by Jack S. Damico, Martin J. Ball
from The SAGE Encyclopedia of Human Communication Sciences and Disorders
by Jack S. Damico, Martin J. Ball
SAGE Publications, 2019

Information might be shared at a formal IEP meeting, more informally with general education teachers to make daily instructional decisions, or with parents and caregivers to update them on their child’s progress.

“High Leverage Practices for Inclusive Classrooms” by James McLeskey, Larry Maheady, Bonnie Billingsley, Mary Brownell, Tim Lewis
from High Leverage Practices for Inclusive Classrooms
by James McLeskey, Larry Maheady, et. al.
Taylor & Francis, 2018

The complete IEP guide: How to advocate for your special ed child (8th ed.).

“The SAGE Encyclopedia of Intellectual and Developmental Disorders” by Ellen Braaten
from The SAGE Encyclopedia of Intellectual and Developmental Disorders
by Ellen Braaten
SAGE Publications, 2018

The IEP “team” includes the parents, at least one non-special education teacher, at least one special education teacher, a representative of the local agency who is qualified to assist in formulating IEPs, other experts brought in at the request of the parents or the State, and, if appropriate, the child.

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She replied, “My son doesn’t know that he has a learning disability and we don’t want him to know.”

“The Motivation Breakthrough: 6 Secrets to Turning On the Tuned-Out Child” by Richard Lavoie
from The Motivation Breakthrough: 6 Secrets to Turning On the Tuned-Out Child
by Richard Lavoie
Atria Books, 2008

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  • No context to this video. Do I condone this type of excessive abuse. No. But what is Special Needs? Anything today. You can’t do math and now you’re special needs! What provoked this excessive response?

  • Do some research parents on the Sogi Curriculum! It is based entirely on the LBGQ movement which is 1 percent of the population. Educate yourself and Fight this. Parents are finally waking up to what the school system is aboutl They have an agenda, They do not care about your children! Remember the residential school for native people. An investigation was finally finished and Canada was officially found to have committed Genocide of the native people in Canada! See Kevin Annett’s documents! The school system will always cover no matter if it’s child abuse, sexual assaults, whatever…They take care of the system…..First and Foremost! Wake up Parents. All our kids are in danger! Remember…..when kids are traumatised in any way, we usually don’t find out until they are out of school years later!

  • If parents treated their kids like this, they’d lose their children and be put in jail! This is criminal! The schools are being exposed in various abuses and yet we still send our children there….Just send them to a prison to be taught by abusers, and pedophiles who will gladly groom your children! Same kind of system! Wake up Parents!

  • This child already had special needs, then she stomped on her head? She deserves whatever she gets. I could not imagine what I’d do if that was my child being abused by an adult.

  • Here’s why black teachers are so important to education, see here https://www.allmomclub.com/the-educational-value-of-a-black-teacher/

  • She is the inspiration I needed to hear as I enter my 27th year of teaching. What a wonderful perspective! She has given me something to think about for my students and my son. Thank you Rita, you are an inspiration!

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  • so people can do this and not get put in jail but when somebody has a mineral of weed the whole department goes crazy.

    cmon America..

  • Who cares about the WHOLE VIDEO it’s a SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENT WTF is wrong with you people??? Underpaid don’t matter you can’t handle your job find another one.

  • Ok even tho the student hit the teacher she has special needs,she might have autism or something but it’s still not ok to hit a student

  • I wish she would have called administration instead. Usually and I put emphasis on the word usually, administration is very supportive. Sadly, sometimes administration tells you to figure it out on your own, and apparently this lady did. I wish she could just have ignored the behavior and written a bad sub report. Sometimes students steal the sub reports, as though subs don’t remember what they wrote. You can just write the sub report again.

  • Yes now shaniqua will have a nice big fat FELONY on her record along with a record of abusing children. Lol. Yes shaniqua you have a really high IQ.

  • She sounds to me like she uses the skills of consciousdiscipline.com without ever knowing about it. I’m so glad I got to hear her!! ����

  • I remember watching this the first time when I coincidentally started teaching. It’s been 7 years since and I’m still hereteaching, and tearing up every time I search this video. my heart

  • This was an amazing 8 minutes. What an inspiration. She’s great. My favorite line: “Minus eighteen sucks all the life outta ya. Plus two says I ain’t all bad.”

  • Rita Pearson was an inspiring and credible asset to any education system. She is, was, and always will be a great leader for students and educators alike. Her commitment for the education system will always be praised and cherished; What she has taught us will never be forgotten nor outdated.

  • Aggravated assault is a felony charge, so she’s disqualified from ever working in a school again. I hope the family of the student beaten up sues the district

  • A child’s primary champion should be his parents (a mother and a father). But Champion parents are a dying breed. And parenting is a dying art.

  • I learnt from teachers I didn’t like or relate to, so do most adept students. The elephant in the room isn’t ‘human connection’, it’s why the ‘hard to reach’ kids seem to have one quite essential trait in common, one apparently shared by the most obtuse teachers.

  • As a public school teacher entering my 12th year, I decided to make a feature film about my first 3 yrs as a teacher to counter the unrealistic way teachers are portrayed on screen, and to provide encouragement to new teachers who may be thinking of leaving (as I was in my 1st year as a teacher!) The film is available on Amazon and Vimeo. ������
    YouTube Trailer: https://youtu.be/aVzWwsB6q9s

  • Personally I think all AMERICAN Kids need this kind of whooping. No one should do it. But I tell you what. That kid will behave in class next time.

  • You are a phenomenal teacher that can teach your students and make
    a difference in their lives your students matter to you and you matter to your students
    you are a champion therefore your students will become champions
    Thanks for sharing

  • I don’t know what possessed this lady to attack this child like this. But I hope she was prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law

  • Little to nothing, ever works out for me. No apathy intended.
    Could I claim the Charles Manson case; and therefore be an innocent person; getting sent to prison?
    Might as well, because I’m a former outcast special eder; and because of 2 Cor 4:4; Eph 2:2.

  • That’s the key, really getting to know your students and they getting to know you as a teacher: “he had the same group of students for the past 3 years.” The ability of people in ordays society to crete meaningful bonds with other people is being compromised by the educational system that every year builds classrooms of different students in them, creates classrooms of stranges and short term-friends (acquaintances). Science is backing this up as well: https://chalkbeat.org/posts/us/2018/03/21/elementary-school-teachers-sometimes-follow-a-class-of-students-from-year-to-year-new-research-suggests-thats-a-good-idea/

  • I think it was self-defense. Lesson to be learned don’t hit unless you want to get hit. If she was special needs what was she doing in a regular class. I think the school board is more liable for putting a special needs students in a class with a teacher who was not trained to deal with one. Everybody has a right to defend themselves. She looking like Sugar Shane or Ray boi. Hands like a clock

  • Congratulations! You inspire me so much. Currently, i work in special ed.with high schoolers. As a teacher’s aid. I got my job based upon my experience, and took a test in math & English to quliifiy for working in the classroom. But my goal is to become a teacher.. Just got to get my butt back to school. So happy for you!������

  • Legacy of heart, passion, encouragement, and above all Love. I remember I used to feel bad when some would question why was I working as an educator when I was going to college at night/weekends for the Field of Business (combination of Management, Marketing, HR, Information Systems, Finance, Business Law, Ethics, Data Entry, Administrative, Communications, Computer Technology etc.)

    Looking back now, I am thankful to God/Jesus for giving me strength to learn different fields of skills to help others. There’s nothing wrong with learning new and existing skills. Jack of all trades is nothing to ever be ashamed of. I have so much respect for the true educators like Ms. Pierson who gave everything she had despite the odds against her profession. I honestly will always value my 18 years working in an education environment and the bond I shared with my students and their families.

    “We teach anyway. That’s what we do. Teaching and learning. Everyone deserves a champion by their side.”

  • We need more teachers like this. Why can’t we get a million of him in our schools for both general education and special education

  • I’m an educator and I make it clear to every one of my students that while the goal might be this exam, or that pass rate, what truly matters is that they believe in themselves and they know how much they are worth,. I show this by showing how much I value each and every one of my students. Teachers who teach just to get paid are in the wrong job. Teachers are there to guide, to listen, to raise up high.

  • I’m so thankful that my school district treats our special needs children and students properly. Theses students have classes both in a special needs room and a regular class room. The students with severe disabilitys get assistance by a proper helper and they can engage with all the students in the school. My older brother is Autistic and he graduated high school this year. I’m so relieved that he was not treated the way that some of these students were. These cases are disgraceful and I cannot imagine the things that go through a person’s mind that just say oh yeah I can just do this to this kid because they don’t understand where they won’t know. Students like these still have feelings and still can understand things they just get taken advantage of more often and it’s horrible.

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  • After abusing a girl with special needs, she smiles in her mugshot after being arrested. That shows right there she shows no remorse for what she’s done and how evil she is.

  • Im a teacher. I usually forgot my purpose due to many negative factors in the working environment.This talk helps me a lot to get back on track to what my purpose is.������

  • Has anyone ever seen his YouTube channel? There is something off about this man. I normally don’t criticize a person doing good but let’s not be blind. I’m an empathetic person and this man has something very strange about him. It’s not his enthusiasm for helping special children, there’s some underlying off twisted thing about this guy. Look up his channel, look at a few of his videos and look deep. I can’t be the only one who sees him as a weirdo.

  • Stop using every excuse to be racist. A lot of you guys in the comment sections have proved that your no better then the women who is beating up the kid. This isn’t a racial issue so it doesn’t make sense to make it that way. That’s what happens when victimhood because currency.

  • Every teacher and the inspiring teacher would benefit from this, how it lifts and inspires. I feel this should never be lost, it should be played over and over to all.

  • Looks like what I did years ago in sapele to a student. But it was meant to discipline the student. And the student learnt a lesson.

  • For those who believe in God and Love. Some say in life, “what would Jesus do?” You just witnessed that kind of love. I was moved to the core of my heart.

  • Ok everyone calm tf down before you go off on everyone let’s wait to hear the full story the reason this happened from both sides then we can continue arguing

  • If this were a white male teacher beating a black student, it would have made the top story on the news….I watch the news every night and did not see this story…And we all know why

  • If this happened to me that teacher would lose her life bc I’m brutal when someone beats me up bc I don’t like people that are attacking me or hitting other people but if that was me.. her life would be ending by my hands or idk I’m sorry if this comment is to much ;-; I just hate bad people that hurt others.

  • I’ve been screamed at by teachers that they got mad at me for being slow which was wrong but not fireable but if you physically harm a student for being slow thats it the teacher automically is fired

  • I am currently pursuing an engineering degree but I would like to have a career in the education sector I am grateful for this inspiration.

  • What a big mouth, repeating obvious slogans. Not an intelligent talk. No analysis here, just “yahoo!” meanwhile education continues to fall apart, and good teachers continue to leave the profession.

  • Chris is also the creator of the channel special books by special kids. He’s an amazing person and loves giving a voice to people with disabilities.

  • I am in college for Early Childhood Education (PreKGrade 4) and in today’s society, teaching is not in the limelight as much as it should be. The coronavirus has really propelled people to understand, the true nature, of what it means to be a teacher; not only as it relates to academics, but personal relationships. This video continues to inspire me through my educational journey. I’m so heartbroken that she died. I’m going to treasure this video even more!!!!!!!

  • Chris Ulmer has a channel on YouTube called SBSK. YouTube has disabled their comments to “protect children”…. please anyone who sees this go to SBSK channel on YouTube and watch their latest video. Help Them!!!

  • As a teacher of 19 years I would suggest to you to have some kind of easy lesson plan for Monday so that you are prepared in case they don’t have anything ready for you.

  • Congratulations!!! I’m so excited for you!! �� I was wondering how this will affect your sticker store? And I love watching your channel!!

  • Carla thank you for sharing much needed information that applies to us all. Always good information to apply to individuals with special needs, big or small.