Extra Special Teaching: Special Education Next year back to school!
How do I get this student to pay attention? What can I do meet the needs of my students with special needs in my classroom? This student is so far behind, what can I do? I’m worried about this student who isn’t in special education. What should I do? Answers to these important questions!
There is a myriad of reasons our special education students should self-reflect on their learning: it helps them learn important executive functioning skills, makes them aware of what goals they are working on, and gives them ownership of their learning.
The Autism Helper- wonderful site by a teacher with many resources for example: Here is how I setup my classroom: Seven Steps for Setting up a Stellar Autism Room… or how to incorporate these steps into your general ed room
This checklist goes over what the right to a free and appropriate public education (FAPE) does and doesn't cover. I chose this link because FAPE is public school education but does not include that of private
This Wonderful Daily Visual Schedule is exactly what everyone needs. Perfect for special needs children, Autism, and children that do best with a visual plan. Organization at home or school with FREE PRINTABLES Tap the link to check out sensory toys!