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Special education teachers receive special training that equips them to work with students who have a wide range of mental, emotional, learning or physical disabilities. These specialist teachers may adapt general lessons or develop personalized teaching plans for their students after assessing their skills and determining their educational needs. They may teach their students as a class or they may mentor them in small groups or on a one-on-one basis. Liaising with parents, counselors, and teachers and updating all carers of their student's progress is a big part of a special education teacher's responsibilities.
A bachelor's degree is the minimum educational qualification required to become a special education teacher. This could be a degree specifically in special education or in elementary education with a minor in special education. Some schools may also require their special education teachers to be certified or licensed. Patience, resourcefulness, empathy and excellent communication, interpersonal and critical thinking skills are essential attributes for this role.
At the interview, your interviewer will listen carefully to your replies to determine whether you have what it takes to work with children with different types of disabilities. It is a challenging role and very few people can measure up to it. To get the job, you must be able to convince your interviewer that you have the skills, the experience and most importantly, the resourcefulness and aptitude necessary for this role. At Mock Questions, you will find a list of interview questions that are typically asked at interviews for special education teachers. As part of your interview preparation, give some thought to how you would answer these questions.