A few videos of particular relevance:
Special Needs: Inclusion by ITV Granada Manchester, in School Matters, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Dept of Ed, 2006), 28 mins
Including the Special School by Maverick TV, in Future School, 6 (Teachers TV/UK Dept of Ed, 2005), 14 mins
Tackling Challenging Behaviour 1 by Lambent, in Primary Special Needs, 3 (Teachers TV/UK Dept of Ed, 2006), 15 mins
Tackling Challenging Behaviour 2 by Lambent, in Primary Special Needs, 4 (Teachers TV/UK Dept of Ed, 2006), 16 mins
Effective Inclusion: Bringing Special School Experience into the Mainstream Classroom, (Teachers TV/UK Dept of Ed, 2010), 6 mins
Differentiation by Real Life, in Secondary NQTs (Teachers TV/UK Dept of Ed, 2005), 14 mins
What if I just want to browse a few good peer-reviewed / scholarly journals that are all about special education ?
Try some of the following:
Professional and trade associations offer unique insider perspectives on the world of their membership with industry reports and member surveys you will not find elsewhere. Here are a few for special education worth considering:
The following are particularly notable for the free online collections offered on their sites:
Still can't find your special statistic or fact? Other associations can be found in the Library database Encyclopedia of Associations.
Not every student who takes a special education course will go on to take their Special Education certification. However, the likelihood that a student will someday serve on an IEP team as the classroom teacher or in another role is very high.
How might your particular IEP team role influence what sort of research articles you need to be prepared for such a meeting? Check out the following links tied to search results in eric.ed.gov for ideas on how this plays out a hypothetical case. Scenario: Third grade student diagnosed with ADHD that is controlled by medication but still faces behavioral issues in his mainstream grade class.