Special Education Philosophy Paper

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Describe own special educational philosophy in terms of its metaphysics, epistemology, axiology, and logic.
My Philosophy of Special Education is that special education is teaching children who have special needs, which can interfere with their learning abilities. I believe special education compared to general education is merely an extension of services in helping all children learn.
Learning is a process through which we increase our knowledge as a result of the experiences in our lives. We learn through what we are exposed to and what we try to imitate. It is a process of discovery. The environment in which we live stimulates our brains to make connections of neurons to continually build upon throughout our lives.
Imitation is
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And the end result is likely that they will decide that they love learning. I know I have seen students in my classes that probably weren’t interested in a certain subject, but they did well, because they wanted to impress the teacher.
Discuss those philosophies you chose not to include and explain what elements (metaphysics, epistemology, axiology, and logic) you did not agree with and why.

Address characteristics and best practices that have emotional, physical, mental, and/or learning disabilities
Miss. Carlson’s inclusive and self contained class rooms will provide a sense of belonging to the special needs student. I will accommodate and provide opportunities to be educated with same age peers. I will address characteristics and best practices that have emotional, physical, mental, and/or learning disabilities. Characteristics generally seen to the special education are: Auditory, Oral/Verbal, Memory/Recall, Reasoning/Processing and Organization. I will provide assisted technologies in order to meet the needs of my special education students.
Evaluate how you would implement your special educational philosophy in an inclusive classroom and in a self-contained classroom. My classroom will increase abilities to help and teach all classmates. Miss. Carlson’s classroom enhances self respect and growth for all. As a special education teacher I will recognize and acknowledge that all students have