To all the people out there who work with kids with special needs, or have a child with special needs, what do you want to read about at hubpages? My special ed hubs get the most traffic and I'm interested in writing more.
I write about Austism/SIDs here and other places. I get a lot of questions about the IEP process and the different modifications that are permitted under it. (One-on-one aides being the most common) that I can't answer because I've home schooled/used in home service with my special needs kids. I can take the parents as far as the transition process from early intervention programs to public school but after that I have no information and there's a very big need for that information. I'm pretty sure you could do it on a state by state basis and still get traffic to each hub LOL.
by Dean Traylor 2 years ago
What are the pros and con of mainstreaming special education students?To mainstream or not: this is a major topic at public schools and within the special education circles. Some want to see students with special needs given access to general education classroom and be exposed to the same...
by Georgiakevin 9 years ago
I have begin the new school year almost 2 weeks ago and all ready am feeling burned out. It's not the students that cause my burn out though on an average day I change 2 pull ups walk with an autistic student three miles so that he uses up enough energy so that he doesn't become violent,walk...
by Peg Cole 4 years ago
Wondering where we stand with regard to a new accolade for having more than 5 EC hubs or even a way for people to see this special distinction publicly on our hubs. Right now, we are the only ones who can see it - on our account statistics. I'm tempted to opt out at this point. Is there anyone else...
by Dr. John Anderson 5 years ago
The purpose of this post is NOT to moan and groan, but rather to better understand it, by sharing your insight and experiences. Obviously we now have to work using its parameters. Stayin' Alive Ha Ha Ha
by Mahaveer Sanglikar 6 years ago
Does large Hubs attract more visitors than smaller ones?
by Dale Hyde 5 years ago
Right at one third of my hubs have been idled over recent months here on HubPages. As I look at the numbers and reflect upon the time spent creating this unique material, I am sadly disappointed. It is unpleasant to look into the future with so many people having this same problem and...
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