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By Bonnie S. Billingsley, Mary T. Brownell, Maya Israel, Margaret L. Kamman

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COLLABORATE EFFECTIVELY WITH ADMINISTRATORS, COLLEAGUES, AND PARENTS Students with disabilities have complex needs that cannot be met by any one individual. This is why the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA; 2004), the law governing the education of students with disabilities, demands that these students be served by a multidisciplinary team and that schools involve parents as partners in the educational process. To be successful in working with colleagues and parents, you will need strong communication skills, an understanding of the needs of diverse populations, and a collaborative ethic.

I sometimes offer my advice but mostly let parents interact with one another and only assist with conversation when needed. TEACHERS AND PARAEDUCATORS ▶ I survived my first years of teaching because of the outstanding teachers and paraeducators I worked with on a daily basis. I learned just as much from them as I did during my preteaching classes. ▶ I leave thank-you notes and flowers for colleagues to communicate my gratitude to them for their efforts. Other times, I just leave a piece of candy or a Kudos bar on their desk to let them know what a great job they were doing and how much I appreciated them not only helping the students but helping me as well.

Indd 28 A Survival Guide for New Special Educators 18/02/13 4:09 PM Advice about Communication and Expressions of Gratitude Kara Battin Holden, University of North Carolina at Greensboro ADMINISTRATION AND OFFICE STAFF ▶ Administrators have different preferences for communicating. Some even change their preference from year to year. For example, some prefer that I just walk into their office and start a conversation but others prefer e-mail. At the beginning of every year, I ask each administrator (and office staff) what type of communication he or she prefers.

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