Former Special Education Inclusion Assistant at Benjamin Franklin Charter School
almost 2 years ago
In order to succeed as a Special Education Inclusion Assistant, you need to think positive. Keep in mind that all of your students have great potential, they just need some help getting there. You also need to be flexible, there will be days where things did not go as you had planned, and you need to be able to work with that. You need to be able to stay calm when your students are having an off day or when they get upset about something and be able to be a calming influence to help them get through their day.