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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.

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.

Grab this special education IEP checklist for teachers to track each student's supports. Easily record accommodations, modifications, interventions, and supports for IEPs, 504s, and special education on this FREE checklist. Perfect for special education and general education teachers of all grade levels.

Grab this special education IEP checklist for teachers to track each student's supports. Easily record accommodations, modifications, interventions, and supports for IEPs, 504s, and special education on this FREE checklist. Perfect for special education and general education teachers of all grade levels.

There is something about the structure and routine of Michaela's Especially Education task boxes students are drawn to. They take immense pride in showing off their finished work, keeping all the materials together, and putting the tasks away into their rightful places.

There is something about the structure and routine of Michaela's Especially Education task boxes students are drawn to. They take immense pride in showing off their finished work, keeping all the materials together, and putting the tasks away into their rightful places.

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

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

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

Data collection in a special education classroom is made easier through effective data collection strategies. Special education teachers - click to learn about the types of data collection methods and get the link to Especially Education's FREE Special Education Data Sheets!

Data collection in the special education classroom is a big undertaking. A better understanding of the data collection process allows you to collect data more easily and to determine if your interventions and teaching strategies are effective. Today’s guest blogger, Dana Howell, is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who taught regular education, and special education. …

Color Coding Your Classroom For MAXIMUM ORGANIZATION - Teaching Special Thinkers

Today I want to share with you about my “color-coding” classroom organizational system. Although it sounds silly, assigning my students a color at the beginning of the school year is my go-to for organization. It has saved my sanity. With 3 instructional assistants, a lead teacher, and a student teacher, keeping data and student […]

Creating schedules for your special education classroom doesn't have to be complicated, but it's good to use variety based off of your individual students' level. In this post, I'm sharing ideas and tips for integrating 4 different types of schedules that I use with my elementary special education students. Providing a structured schedule and predictable routine is a great way to support your special ed students, and also set them up for success!

Creating schedules for your special education classroom doesn't have to be complicated, but it's good to use variety based off of your individual students' level. In this post, I'm sharing ideas and tips for integrating 4 different types of schedules that I use with my elementary special education students. Providing a structured schedule and predictable routine is a great way to support your special ed students, and also set them up for success!