Dos and Don'ts for Responding to Challenging Behavior
It’s been a while but I really want to try to finish up the 5 Steps to Meaningful Behavioral Support series with the final few posts on responding to challenging behavior considerations. Of course these posts will be interspersed with our Special Educator’s Blog Hop coming in February for Valentine’s Day and Workbasket Wednesday next …
Have you ever want to learn something, like history, economy, science? Crash Course is a free learning channel on YouTube with many courses for kids and adults, and they just added a new channel specially designed for kids: Kids Science. Great learning resource leveraging the new technology, for school supplements, or for homeschool.
What's your language level? A guide for self-assessment, based on the European Framework of Reference for Languages, by Via Optimae, the fun way to learn Italian http://www.viaoptimae.com/2014/10/how-to-teach-yourself-italian-step-02.html
Special Ed Transition Packet; Differentiated Interest Inventories, Job Training
This is an 11 page packet that will help with any level of special education student. There are three different interest inventories that will allow you to figure out the path that student will take in the future. Several job opportunities are listed for each type of career.