Teaching special education

Discover effective strategies for teaching special education students and create an inclusive learning environment. Find resources and techniques to support the unique needs of every student in your classroom.
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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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Audri Mendiola
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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

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Amanda Culek
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You aren't making these teacher mistakes in your special education class, are you? Here's 6 mistakes teachers and paras in SpEd make PLUS 5 easy fixes too!

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Nicole Sigel
Are you a first year teacher looking to set up your special education classroom? Or are you a veteran teacher looking for new classroom organization ideas? Here are my top 17 special education teacher must haves for your classroom. These Amazon must haves include supplies for prepping special education resources, resources for setting up adapted books, everything you need to create visuals and for ideas for classroom management. Grab these supplies on Amazon and start organizing this year. Resource Room, Special Education Classroom Organization, High School Special Education Classroom, Special Education Classroom Setup, Resource Room Teacher, Elementary Special Education Classroom Setup, Elementary Special Education Classroom, Middle School Special Education, Special Education Organization

Are you a first year teacher looking to set up your special education classroom? Or are you a veteran teacher looking for new classroom organization ideas? Here are my top 17 special education teacher must haves for your classroom. These Amazon must haves include supplies for prepping special education resources, resources for setting up adapted books, everything you need to create visuals and for ideas for classroom management. Grab these supplies on Amazon and start organizing this year.

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Elizabeth Davis
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Leslie Fowler Rutledge
If you are a special education teacher, then you know that IEP goals play an important role in our job. Today, I want to share how to set up IEP goal bins to make your life easier as a special ed teacher. Data tracking for special education students is easy once you prep your goal bins. Each special ed student gets a container, a label with their name, and materials for each objective. Read more about what is inside and how to keep them organized in your special ed classroom. Resource Room, Ideas, Special Education Resource Teacher, Special Education Accommodations, Special Education Lesson Plans, Special Education Teacher Organization, Special Education Resources, Resource Teacher, Special Education Classroom Organization

If you are a special education teacher, then you know that IEP goals play an important role in our job. Today, I want to share how to set up IEP goal bins to make your life easier as a special ed teacher. Data tracking for special education students is easy once you prep your goal bins. Each special ed student gets a container, a label with their name, and materials for each objective. Read more about what is inside and how to keep them organized in your special ed classroom.

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Make lesson planning easier by repeating activities. Keep reading to find out how each life skills activity is different each day.

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Kim White-Kimbrough
Being a first year special education teacher can be overwhelming and today I’m sharing what NOT to focus on during your first year. Your special education classroom should be well thought out, organized, and have a purpose. Try out some new special education resources, but not too many. Don’t try to do everything yourself and don’t try to be perfect either. Your special education students will grow with you this year and lean on the teachers and paraprofessionals around you. First Year Teachers, First Year Teaching, Special Education Teacher, Classroom Management Strategies, Special Education Classroom, Special Education Students, Teacher Interviews, Teacher Interview Questions, Special Education Resources

Being a first year special education teacher can be overwhelming and today I’m sharing what NOT to focus on during your first year. Your special education classroom should be well thought out, organized, and have a purpose. Try out some new special education resources, but not too many. Don’t try to do everything yourself and don’t try to be perfect either. Your special education students will grow with you this year and lean on the teachers and paraprofessionals around you.

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Carin Hopton