ESE Inclusion vs. Gen Ed Teaching

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  1. Teacher0788

    Teacher0788 New Member

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    Hi! I was wondering for those of you that have taught both roles... what is "easier"/more enjoyable? Being an ESE inclusion teacher or being a regular elementary classroom teacher. Thanks :)
     
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  3. vickilyn

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    Are you a new teacher, fresh out of school, or perhaps a gen. ed. teacher looking to add this endorsement? Did you have to take additional graduate coursework for the ESE, or is this added simply by examination? In the first sentence, I would think you would have gained experience that either appealed to you or maybe not so much. If the certification is added strictly by exam, you may need to spend some time figuring out which certification appeals to you the tried and true way - get a job, see how it goes, and adjust your course of action based on your personal experiences.
     

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