I've been a teacher of Special Ed and Regular Ed for seven years but don't feel like I've ever been good at many of the skills required for being a good classroom manager, such as organization and being consistent at discipline. I shine working with small groups (like less than 6 kids) and adapting lessons for different learning styles to include more multi-sensory activites. I'm burned out and wonder what I might be more successful doing.
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How about being a resource teacher in special ed? In most places, they pull out small groups of students and work with them on particular lessons. No large classes to manage and you get to individualize instruction and learning.