I posted this in job seekers and didn't get any responses. I added a few more questions. I'm hoping some people here can help me out. I came across a posting for a Special education position in a multiple disability classroom (re-posted from a month ago). I'm not too familiar with that type of classroom but from what I read online it seems more of severe/profound disabilities (physical/mental). My experiences are with behavior disability and some learning disability. From working in schools, I'm aware of students who are in life skills and how they use more functional activities and I assume that this would be the case in this type of classroom. I'm sort of interested in applying even though I lack the experience. Anyone have any knowledge of this classroom? What's it like? What would they ask in the interview? Would they even consider someone with special ed background (behavior disability) but not in a multiple disability classroom? How could it benefit me? I don't know what to do. It's in a really awesome/huge district so I believe there would be a lot of help with setting up the classroom, etc. Any help would be awesome!!!