Teaching special education
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As a first year teacher or a teacher starting in a new class, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. Tips for you, what to prep and buy and more at Mrs. D's Corner.
Ginny Walimaa Haman saved to Classroom ideas
Classroom hacks that actually work in a special education classroom setting. Tried and true methods from actual teachers. Read to learn more.
Michelle Middendorf saved to M school
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How to manage and organize IEP goals in the special education classroom.
Jessica Martinez saved to Teaching
Preparing for Your Special Education Classroom If you've been teaching a while, you probably have a pretty good routine in place, but I feel like there is always something I can "do better next year." Even after starting the school year multiple times I always tell myself, "Next year, I'm going to to do this.....!" Here are some things I have done to help prepare for what always seems to be a hectic time of year, with new kids, and sometimes a new grade level or school. Once you get the IEP…
Moraima Montanez saved to Educación
Teaching Students with Significant Disabilities: Who are they, what do you teach them, and how do you get them included in academics? Low-Functioning Students in a Special Ed Classroom... read more
Kelly Schindel saved to Special Ed
Being a special educator means you have a lot of tasks to manage. First, getting everything organized can be a task in itself! The Special Educator’s Everything Binder will help you keep all your information in one convenient place. Here are some essential pieces for your SPED caseload binder! Calendars First, start your binder with […]
Functional morning work for the special education classroom.
CG saved to Special education
Paraprofessionals can truly be lifesaver in the special education classroom. While it can be easy to think of them as “teaching assistants,” paras can do so much more to help your special education students in the classroom. But, sometimes it’s hard to know exactly what tasks you can delegate to your parapro. Check out this blog post for 5 tasks paraprofessional can do to make your job easier as a special education teacher and how I utilize my paraprofessional in my classroom.
Are you a new special education teacher feeling extremely overwhelmed? This blog post is for you! I am sharing my top 5 classroom hacks every new special education teacher needs. In this post I share how to set up your classroom routines and procedures. It is important to make a classroom schedule as well as an IEP calendar. You will also want to establish a progress monitoring data system and a communication system with parents to keep them informed. Head over to the blog to learn more.
Paige Nygaard saved to Put it in my Classroom