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Adry
Adry asks:
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Is special education important for students to improve their knowledge?

In Topics: Learning styles and differences
> 60 days ago

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aqblickley
aqblickley writes:
Hi Adry,

Thanks for your question! Yes, in my opinion, kids with special needs or learning differences do need special education.

Special education is defined as the intervention put in place to prevent, eliminate, or overcome obstacles that could keep an individual with learning differences from becoming an active participant in schools, or in society (via Exceptional Children: An Introduction to Special Education, by W.L.Heward).

Some kids learn in different ways, because of learning disabilities or differences. These learning styles need to be accounted for so those children don't fall behind. Special education is the way to do that.

Hope this helps!
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MoonWriter
MoonWriter writes:
The retrieval test used in this study asks students to organize and explain newly learned information in an essay or story format using their own words.

This method has long been used by special education teachers and speech and language pathologists as a study technique, or a way to reinforce students’ overall use of language.

The additional stress of knowing they will ultimately be graded for their work may encourage better retention of content, but on the whole this is far from novel information about how we learn.
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thrisnahypal
thrisnahypal writes:
Normally in every student's life there comes a moment when someone starts off with a special education in their study pattern and eventually improve their knowledge and knowledge about their professional life. Studies related to their marine life like nautical science also impart knowledge as well as help further in their professional life.

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