A brief introduction to adolescent characteristics and how they are their own society.
A discussion of the effects of special education labels on students and how it can hurt and help.
A brief introduction to Maslow and his hierarchy of needs.
A discussion of what mental retardation is (intellectually disabled), how it is classfified and what teachers can do in their classes to help these students succeed.
A discussion of what severa and profound disabilities are and ways they can be taught in schools.
An introduction to ethics and why they are needed in research.
An introduction what altruism is and the controversy over whether it does exist in today's society.
Discusses what conformity and obedience are and why it is good and bad.
Assessing the learning styles of students early on and using them reduce the number of special education referrals.
Discusses what meaningful teahcing is and why some choose this profession.
This iste provides an introduction to multiple intelligences and how to use them in the classroom.