Hello, I am heavily thinking about adding an intervention specialist endorsement (this is what we call special education in Ohio) and possibly a masters degree to my current teaching license. I wanted to hear from current intervention specialists to hear what your day is like? What are some of the good parts? What are some of the challenges? I know that intervention specialists are in high need but they also have a very high (even higher than teachers) burn out rate. Why is this? Thanks for any info you might have. At the very least I think this will help me with my regular classroom. My personality fits better with small groups. I know that some schools have their intervention specialists in the classroom full time and some have them pulled out for small groups. I feel that my introverted personality fits well with not being up in front of so many kids every day. I am by no means shy but I am very worn out because of my personality type. I enjoy personal interaction and more intimate conversations vs large group. Sorry for a longer post. Just wanted to hear what it would be like and also give some of my thoughts. Thanks.