Challenging behaviors, limited resources, and lack of quality professional development opportunities are among many of the challenges faced by inclusion teachers and special educators within their role in supporting students with special needs. Adopting and learning effective troubleshooting and problem solving strategies can support inclusion teachers navigate the common challenges in their career and reflect on their role and responsibilities within their schools.
Through attending this seminar, educators will walk away with:
• Insight into the common challenges faced by inclusion teachers.
• Practical troubleshooting strategies to address challenging cases and situations relevant to their practice through a practical case study model.
• An understanding of the signs and risks of ongoing work-related anxiety.
• A toolbox of proactive strategies to prevent inclusion teacher’s burnout.