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It’s the end of the school year and you’ve finished another year as a special education teacher. Now what?! As you start preparing your special education classroom for the end of the school year, here are 5 things you can do to set yourself up for success next school year. These ideas will help you with classroom organization, make prepping classroom materials easier, and make data collection so much simpler next school year. Do these things now to make back to school so much easier next…
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It's almost the end of 2021! Get started with these 12 steps to plan your most successful and inspiring year yet in 2022.
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Get smart organization tips for packing up your classroom that make set up next year a snap! Download the free end of year checklist for teachers to help.
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Curriculum maps give your pacing for the year ensuring standards mastery. This post walks through curriculum mapping with a video tutorial on using Excel.
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Learn how to set yearlong plans, plan for a unit and daily topics, and create lessons plans.
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Plan out the next year of your podcast with these 5 steps. This will help you save time and focus on accomplishing your podcasting goals.
If you love growing vegetables, take it even one step further by seed saving from your favorite varieties to plant them again next spring! Here's how.
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