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What Every Teacher Should Know About Special Education

New teachers are often faced with students who require additional support while in the general education classroom. How can teachers help them be successful across the curriculum while making connections at their level? In this webinar recording, special education teacher Karyn Burgess outlines successful strategies and delves into the various facets of the Individualized Education Program (IEP). Learn about RtI and the special education process, the different parts of the IEP, and the difference between the IEP and 504.

Karyn Burgess

Karyn Burgess is a seventh-grade Special Education Teacher at Hillside Middle School in Manchester, NH, and a NEA Foundation Global Fellowship Fellow. She graduated from Fitchburg State University in 2013 with a BS in Special Education. Shortly after graduating, she moved to the Philippines, where she taught fourth and fifth grade at Saint Paul American School. She is working towards her master’s degree in Education in Language Education/TESOL at Plymouth State University in New Hampshire.

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