According to the University of Arkansas Department of Curriculum and Instruction, "The Special Education Program prepares teachers for teaching students in grades K-12 with a variety of disabilities, such as learning disabilities, mental retardation, attention deficit disorder, autism, and physical disabilities.

The Special Education Program prepares teachers to teach in resource rooms, special education classrooms, and inclusive class settings. It also prepares teachers for teaching students identified as gifted and talented."

Adapted Physical Education Teacher Lobbyist
Employee Development Specialist Research Assistant
Learning Disabilities Teacher Special Education Administrator
Behavioral Specialist Vocational Training Paraprofessional Counselor
Autism Center Manager/Teacher Teacher - Adult Education
Special Education Teacher - Schools Creative Arts Therapist
Camp Director Day Care Center Owner/Operator
Language/Audiologist Educational Advocate
Recreational Therapist Peace Corps/VISTA volunteer
Speech Pathologist Orientation & Mobility Specialist
Rehabilitation Counselor Teacher of the Hearing Impaired
Student Teacher Advisor Tutor
Oral Communication Skills Ability to organize and coordinate
Creativity Ability to motivate others
Listening skills Special Education Skills
Persuasive skills Written Communication Skills
Interpersonal Skills Mathematical Abilities
Curriculum Development Language Skills
Counseling Skills Group Dynamics

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