Teachers Face A Complex Learning Environment - From learning Disabilities to Behavioral Issues

Many educational systems throughout the country are creating all-inclusive learning environments that integrate students at various academic and social levels into one general classroom for a robust educational experience.
Sept. 5, 2012 - PRLog -- Notre Dame College, a private, liberal arts college in Great Cleveland, explores the new challenges teachers face in the classroom.

NDC released a post the other day titled, "Masters in Education: New Challenges in the Classroom," which can be found here: http://online.notredamecollege.edu/masters-education-degree/new-challenges/

"Today’s teachers must prepare for the challenges of a diverse classroom to create an effective learning environment for all students at all levels of education. Teachers must know how to address the special educational needs and provide necessary support for students who have specific learning disabilities, mild to moderate mental retardation or mild to moderate behavioral disorders," states NDC.

About NDC:

Notre Dame College sits on 53 picturesque wooded acres, tucked away in a quiet suburban neighborhood just outside of Cleveland, Ohio – the only small liberal arts college in Greater Cleveland. We value the low student-faculty ratio that fosters a warm personal atmosphere and the individual attention that contributes to success.
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