I leave you 35 Special education phrases Of great authors like Albert Einstein, Benjamin Franklin, C.S. Lewis, Winston Churchill, Nelson Mandela and many more.
The premise underlying this perspective is that we must recognize the differences between individuals in order to be able to give them particular attention that is in accordance with their learning needs.
It is essential that the students be served in a way that suits their own conditions.
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1-I decided to study special education and I fell in love with working with people with autism. That's what I planned to do with my life-Clay Aiken.
2-It is vital for a valuable education that independent critical thinking develops in the young human being, a development that is seriously compromised by overloading it too much and with excessively varied subjects-Albert Einstein.
3-This is the first, the wildest and the wisest I know: the soul exists and is built entirely by the attention-Mary Oliver.
4-In special education, too much emphasis is placed on the deficit and not on the strength-Temple Grandin.
5-One of the reasons why no special education is needed to be a Christian is because Christianity is an education in itself. That is why an uneducated believer like Bunyan was able to write a book that has astonished the whole world - C.S. Lewis.
6-Everyone is a genius. But if you judge a fish for its ability to climb a tree, it will live all its life believing that it is stupid-Albert Einstein.
7-Tell me something and I'll forget it. Teach me something and I will remember it. Get me involved and I'll learn it-Benjamin Franklin.
8-Learning is not a competition, it's a door that opens-Mary Oliver.
9-When your students reach their goals, special education teachers feel they are making a difference in the lives of their students and their families, and in schools and communities. That is the motivation to become special education teachers first-C. Chambers.
10-Personally, I'm always ready to learn, although I do not always like to be taught-Winston Churchill.
11-Doing things is not always the most important thing. There is value in allowing others to learn, even if the task is not done so quickly or efficiently-R.D. Clyde.
12-The difference between school and life? At school you are taught a lesson and then put the learning to the test. In life you are presented with tests that teach you lessons-Tom Bodett.
13-The object of education is to prepare young people to educate themselves throughout their lives-Robert M. Hutchins.
14-Education is a basic human right. It is a must. Only education will break the cycles of poverty, disease and exploitation that affect so many children in the world. If we make this commitment now, the investment will yield benefits for generations to come - Ashton Kutcher.
15-I promise you that, as president, I would present the largest increase to the special education budget that has ever been seen-Al Gore.
16-Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world-Nelson Mandela.
17-Careful and constructive guidance should not be a privilege limited to those of stable communities or financial means. By offering leadership now, we give children the skills they need to become leaders in the future-Mark Wahlberg.
18-I would like to work with children in special education, with smaller children-John Madden.
19-As I understand it, in Kansas, Massachusetts, they have pioneered the promotion of special education-Margaret Spellings.
20-My mother is a special education teacher, but she is also an artist, and my father is an advertising executive. They are as rare as you can be without being alcoholics-Sloane Crosley.
21-If children come to us from strong and healthy families, this makes our work easier. If they do not come to us from strong, healthy and functional families, it makes our work more important-Barbara Coloroso.
22-Much education today is monumentally ineffective. All too often we are giving young cut flowers when we must teach them to grow their own plants-John W. Gardner.
23-Overloading information to students leads, necessarily, to the superficiality of knowledge. Teaching must be such that what is taught is perceived as a valuable gift and not as a duty-Albert Einstein.
24-Undoubtedly, there are children with intellectual deficiencies or neurological problems. But many of the children who enter special education classes are deficient only in a willingness to submit to the pattern of the Seymour-Papert school.
25-An entrepreneur can not be trained. A man becomes an entrepreneur taking advantage of an opportunity and filling the gap. No special education is required for such display of keen judgment, foresight and energy-Ludwig von Mises.
"What the gunpowder did in the war, the press has made it to the mind,"Wendell Phillips.
27-With the demands of special education or preparation of standardized tests that are shouted in the ears, public schools can not always listen to the requests of parents-Amity Shlaes.
"What I want in my life is to be willing to be dazzled, to let go of the weight of events and even to float a little over this difficult world-Mary Oliver.
29-People who have enjoyed some education since their earliest childhood are more likely to graduate from high school and less likely to need special education, repeat a grade, or commit crimes in adolescence-Joe Baca.
30-For people with learning disabilities, today's tools for differentiation no longer have the stigma that used or highlight disabilities, but provide opportunities to find success in the classroom-Sharon LePage Plante.
31-Here we do not do things easily; We make it easy to get there thanks to hard work and learning-Anonymous.
32-The supreme art of the teacher is to awaken the joy in the creative expression and knowledge of the students-Albert Einstein.
33-If you give them an alternative to the regular classroom, they get rid of many inhibitions and bad associations, and people start learning-Seymour Papert.
34-Children should be taught to think, they should not be taught what to think-Margaret Mead.
35-Special education students should not be left out of accountability mechanisms to ensure they are learning and reaching their highest potential-Dianne Feinstein.