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Scheduling for special education is a DAUNTING task. Just like our kids we THRIVE on schedules (( and pretty much need them to survive)). One tip that I’m going to drive home throughout this post is that we HAVE TO be ok with CHANGE. Why? Because change is completely inevitable. It WILL happen. and it will happen again… and again… and again…. Click through to read the entire post!
***Shows where to buy each seating type: Because of a Donor's Choose Project I had funded last fall, I already had 3 wobble stools and 3 wiggle cushions. Before spring break, I used some money that we get from our fabulous PTO and went to Walmart and bought 4 scoop rockers, 4 pillows, 8 small bathmats, 4 yoga mats and a big tub
How do we teach students with disabilities in the general education classroom? Inclusion is not going away so how do we make it work? One of the biggest things I’ve learned, teaching in Special Education with a General Education mindset, is that these 2 worlds don’t always understand each other. There are complicated assessments and labels for everything in Special Education. On the general education side, inclusion isn’t always accepted so there can be misunderstandings and hard...
This color by coping skill activity is a great way to review coping skills with your students! Review coping strategies that students can use when difficult situations arise in this hands-on activity! Students use the coping skills key on the left side of the page to color the hidden image on the right. Includes, quick
The first hour of your day is planned and ready for your to implement with my Interactive Morning Calendar Routine. Let me plan it for you! You just prep it once and it's ready for the entire school year! Blog post at Mrs. D's Corner.
“These aren’t the droids you’re looking for.” -Obi-Wan Kenobi There exists a quiet cadre of teachers who can take over any classroom—out-of-control, disrespectful, or otherwise—and get the students under control, quiet, and working within minutes. They have a certain presence about them, a certain unmistakable quality or vibe that reverberates from one student to the …
Love this FREE executive functioning poster to help highlight these critical skills: planning, organization, time management, working memory, task initiation, metacognition, self-control, attention, flexibility, and perseverance. Use this as a guide for educators or as a reminder for students of what skills you might be highlighting. Great tool for all ages!