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Google Certified Educator Level 1 Capacity Matrix: The Google Certified Educator program has a lot to offer educators who are looking to learn how to meaningfully use Google tools in the classroom and beyond. I have put together a capacity matrix to help teachers better understand the skills that are required to become a Level 1 Google Certified Educator. (Don’t worry! Level 2 is coming!) Special Education, Reading, Education, Education Level, Taxonomy, Google Tools, Capacity, Learning Centers, Knowledge

Google Certified Educator Level 1 Capacity Matrix: The Google Certified Educator program has a lot to offer educators who are looking to learn how to meaningfully use Google tools in the classroom and beyond. I have put together a capacity matrix to help teachers better understand the skills that are required to become a Level 1 Google Certified Educator. (Don’t worry! Level 2 is coming!)

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Wendy Robinson
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Special educators need a pretty large toolbox of strategies and resources to support our learners. So often, our students can have significantly diverse needs and levels. On any given day, special education teachers might need to take student reading data, modify a math assessment, teach science wit

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Amanda Culek
Matching and imitation are great beginning skills, but as special educators we need to make sure that we don't let our students get stuck at that level. Here are some tips on getting started on instruction that will lead to higher level skills. Maths Resources, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Special Education, Teaching Materials, Special Education Elementary, Teaching Ideas, Elementary Special Education Classroom, Math Resources, Elementary Education

Matching and imitation are great beginning skills, but as special educators we need to make sure that we don’t let our students get stuck at that level. Here are some tips on getting started on instruction that will lead to higher level skills. photo credit: Worth A Thousand Words ... Read More about How To Move Past Simple Matching To Higher Level Instruction

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Laurel Loewenguth
How do you help special education students reach grade level standards when many of them are working several years below grade level? How do you write IEP goals designed to help them meet these standards when you don’t know where to start? How do you bridge their skills gaps when you don’t have resources to do so? As a special education teacher these are questions you ask every day and the IEP matrix is here to help you learn to bridge your students skills gap and meet their IEP goals. Special Education, Learning Support, Teaching Tips, Special Education Organization, Education Jobs, Student Skills, Special Education Students, Special Education Classroom, Special Education Teacher

How do you help special education students reach grade level standards when many of them are working several years below grade level? How do you write IEP goals designed to help them meet these standards when you don’t know where to start? How do you bridge their skills gaps when you don’t have resources to do so? As a special education teacher these are questions you ask every day and the IEP matrix is here to help you learn to bridge your students skills gap and meet their IEP goals.

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Mrs. D's Corner | Special Education Teacher + IEP Coach
Students have different learning style preferences. While some are visual learners and prefer to see charts, pictures, diagrams, etc., others prefer to learn by hearing, doing, reading or writing! The VARK model describes 4 learning preferences: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and reading/ writing. This post has strategies and tips for teachers to use when planning instruction, to meet the needs of all kinds of learners. #tejedastots Life Hacks, Coaching, Pre K, Learning Disabilities, Learning Methods, Teaching Methods, Learning Theory, Teaching Strategies, Learning Strategies

Students have different learning style preferences. While some are visual learners and prefer to see charts, pictures, diagrams, etc., others prefer to learn by hearing, doing, reading or writing! The VARK model describes 4 learning preferences: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and reading/ writing. This post has strategies and tips for teachers to use when planning instruction, to meet the needs of all kinds of learners. #tejedastots

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Brenda Tejeda

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