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Top Websites Every Special Educator Should Know

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

Idea from Delaware STOY, Wendy Turner! Perfect for any classroom but I look forward to using this idea with non verbal students And special education!

Idea from Delaware STOY, Wendy Turner! Perfect for any classroom but I look forward to using this idea with non verbal students And special education!

Learning Binder Busy Book For Toddlers and Preschoolers

Special Education Toddler and Preschool Learning Activity Binder. Fun hands-on interactive learning activities for kids develop basic learning skills. https://supermominfinity.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Learning-binder-busy-book-Printables-for-Kids.png

Over 20 interventions, strategies, and supports to help teach attention skills to kids and young adults. Being able to focus and pay attention is a requirement for learning! Use these activities to help students with ADHD and ALL learners improve focus while improving your classroom management. Try attention grabbers, setting a timer, using fidgets, implementing flexible seating, and more. This is for regular education AND special education needs! #adhd #pathway2success

Challenges with focus and attention can become a huge roadblock to learning for kids and young adults. Simply put, attention is critical to learning. If students can't focus on the lesson, they are going to struggle with understanding the new content. If students can't focus on the directions, they

17 Classroom Hacks That Actually Work in SPED - Mrs. D's Corner

Classroom hacks that actually work in a special education classroom setting. Tried and true methods from actual teachers. Read to learn more.

Teaching Children About Inclusion by:   Emma    Written by a mother who's child is usually left out, ideas are given to teach children about being inclusive as well as supportive of those learning to be inclusive. She asks adults to ask children 'why' questions to discover the true meaning of a child with disabilities being left out. Is it the ability level of that child? She also gives five ways which empowers children to be inclusive.

Starting a conversation with “Please don’t take this the wrong way” or “I hope this doesn’t upset you” doesn’t mean that you can then go on to be cruel, insensitive...

You Don't Have to Do It All: 5 Tasks You Can Delegate to Paraprofessionals

If there is one I have learned in my years of working with paraprofessionals, it is that paras are teachers too. My paraprofessional is my right hand and my left hand. She is the glue that keeps us together. I realize that sometimes it is our first instinct to give them passive work because their

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Music is a powerful tool for teaching and learning, especially for students with special educational needs. Music is easy to modify, provides a sense of control, allows self-expression, and helps students develop important verbal skills. Along with developing important skills, music has the potential to spark enthusiasm and encourage creativity for students with special needs. Explore how you can use music to help your students reach their fullest potential.
It’s important to make sure every member of the IEP team knows their roles and expectations. Unlike special education teachers, many general education teachers have a limited knowledge of IEPs and special education services. As a special education teacher, it is your responsibility to help general education teachers get to know the IEP and how they can serve special needs students in their classroom. If you need help explaining a student’s IEP to the gen. ed. teacher, these tips are for you.
Have you joined the Simply FREE library yet? Are you ready to have access to hundreds of FREE special education resource downloads at your fingertips? I’m talking about FREE digital activities, FREE centers activities, FREE visual schedules for special education, FREE visual recipes…and the list goes on! These resource library for special education teachers includes math activities, data collection sheets, morning meeting activities, and back to school forms. All downloads are differentiated.
This environmental science unit on food production takes a look at the effects of industrial farming and the food supply chain. It contains 200 pages and 46 google slides of material specifically designed for students in special education. This unit addresses the how intensive farming has had ripples effect of that on people, plants, and animals. There is an 13 day lesson plan, activities, and assessments. All activities are in a printable and digital format.