Education White Papers
These white papers from leading Special Education experts provide great insight and research on timely relevant Special Education topics.
Whether it's at the elementary or college level, technology is playing a larger role in the classroom. Many students come to school with their smartphones or tablets, which leads to distractions such as the use of social media. What can teachers and administrators do to lessen social media distractions? Download this white paper to find out.
Reports are all over the news and the Internet about the increase in bullying and social aggression in the United States. It is most prevalent in schools, and it is a constant concern of educational administrators. Many anti-bullying campaigns have failed because many schools do not consistently enforce the policies pertaining to bullying. This white paper outlines tips and strategies for reducing bullying and social aggression in school.
One unfortunate consequence of budget cuts in academic institutions is an increase in the number of large classes. Managing classes that have grown in size is often a challenge for the instructor assigned to teach the class. While it may be assumed that the quality of a class suffers when a large number of students are being taught simultaneously, instructors can be proactive about learning how to manage a large classroom in order to provide the best learning experience possible under the circumstances. Download this white paper to learn how.
Difficult students affect an entire classroom by preventing a productive atmosphere. Unfortunately, all educators will deal with dozens of disruptive students in their careers. Download this white paper for classroom management tips. Learn why students misbehave, how to avoid confrontations with difficult students, different techniques for younger and older students, when to rely on administrators and how to keep control in a classroom.