Once you've made sure you have visuals to match the verbal requests you make on a daily basis, your job isn't over. Now it's time to teach your students how to use those visuals & what they mean. Essential tips for using visuals purposefully & effectively today on the blog! From http://theautismhelper.com
Special Education comes with a lot of paperwork, a lot of which can be time consuming. Mrs. D's Corner is sharing a quick and effective way to manage and document your students' inclusion service times.
A presentation and poster explaining what inclusion is/should be in the classroom or school environment. This is full of simplified statements and could be expanded upon for awareness or staff training purposes.
Teaching SPED can be a tough job. Running a classroom, paperwork, IEP Goals. There's just so much to do as a Special Education Teacher! I teamed up with 25 amazing SPED bloggers to share 25 Ways to Survive and Thrive in SPED.
Designing Your Special Education ClassroomStep I - Classroom Design (Resource Room and Self Contained classroom only. Inclusion Class teachers proceed to Step II.) Setting up the physical structure of your classroom is a personal choice. However,...