Special-ed teachers’ reflections on student connections

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Mikaela Beberman

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Many students may not know much about the special-ed classrooms, much less the teachers who instruct the students. In this episode of the Bark’s Remarks, we spoke to several of the special-ed teachers at Redwood. They reflected upon both their personal and classroom experiences with disabilities. You can find this podcast and more on the Redwood Bark’s SoundCloud and website.

 

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Mika Beberman is ecstatic to be a copy editor. She is currently a junior and enjoys participating in Model UN at school. In her spare time, she likes to...

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