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Special Education Teacher -Allyson Zamer

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  • 1. Special Education Teachers Allyson Zamer Block E
  • 2. Overview
    • Work with youths with disabilities
    • Provide required remedial instruction
    • Use various techniques to promote learning
    • Understand what the difficulties are
    • Work with students one on one
  • 3. Overview
    • Produce paperwork on child’s
    • behavior
    • Help Students learn skills that are going to help them later on in life.
    • Make it more fun for the student so they want to learn and want to come in each day
    • Help students learn academic skills
  • 4. Education
    • Completed Approved Preparation Program
    • Masters degree in Special Education
    • Bachelors’ Degree
    • Classes in Psychology
  • 5. Salary Yearly Salary: 25%- $41,200 50%- $51,000 75%- $64,400
  • 6. Thoughts about Success…
    • “ Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.”
    • ~ Thomas Edison
  • 7. Related Careers
    • Health Educators
    • Kindergarten Teachers
    • Social Workers
    • Counselors
    • Teachers assistant
    • Occupational Therapists
  • 8. Growth Potential and Outlook Growth Potential: 2008- 226,000 teachers 2018- 270,300 teachers 19.6% Outlook: Increasing
  • 9. Salary Comparison
  • 10.
    • Growth rate: 22%
    • Employment in 2008: 2,618,700
    • Employment in 2008: 226,000
    • Growth Rate: 19.6%
    Growth Potential
    • Increasing
    • Increasing
    Outlook
    • Lowest: $43,410
    • Median: $62,450
    • Highest: $92,240
    • Lowest: $41,200
    • Median: $51,000
    • Highest: $64,400
    Salary
    • Dental hygienists
    • Physician assistants
    • Diagnostic medical
    • Social Workers
    • Occupational therapists
    • Teacher assistant
    Related Careers
    • Must complete nurse training
    • Volunteer at a hospital
    • Bachelors in science
    • Degree in nursing
    • Masters degree in Special Education
    • Bachelors’ Degree
    • Classes in Psychology
    Education
    • Prescribe certain medications
    • Stitch up wounds
    • Perform some tasks normally done by doctors
    • Work with youths with disabilities
    • Provide required remedial instruction
    • Use various techniques to promote learning
    Job Overview Nurse Practitioner Special Education Teacher Big 6 Questions