10 educational apps to use in a special education classroom setting. Apps for kids to practice skills and apps for teachers to use for progress monitoring IEP goals and objectives. Blog post at Mrs. D's Corner.
Feeling stressed out and unorganized? I understand! Being a special education teacher is a wonderful experience that, unfortunately, includes tons paperwork that can sometimes become overwhelming. Not anymore! This special education binder is your key to tidying up your daily caseload and focusing more on your students, rather than the paperwork.
Transform your morning routine with editable, adapted calendar binders. Differentiated and ready for your students! Practice personal information and basic skills all in one place. Students manipulate Velcro pieces to show what they know. Only at Mrs. D's Corner. www.shopmrsdscorn...
Getting students in special education to understand what they have read can be really tough. Here are 3 different ways to ensure students are understanding what they are reading and can use it in a functional manner.
Teach your students how to solve problems using visual supports and techniques in your early childhood classroom. Teaching social skills (aka character education) is just as important as teaching letters.
Special Education Acronyms Every Parent Should Know - The only thing the IEP team wants is what is best for the child, and if we aren't speaking the same language, it's only hurting the child. No one wants that. Which is why it is so important that parents and teachers are on the same page when it comes to important acronyms when it comes to all things special education. Blog Post at Mrs. D's Corner.
Hands-down one of our favorite resources - the Interactive Math Work Book Series contains 3 levels & a bundle (for those money saving lovers out there)! More of what each level includes at theautismhelper.com
Our interactive Math & Language Arts Workbooks provide independent work to your students & a HUGE help as you run through the unending list of to-do's at the start of the year! From theautismhelper.com#thautismhelper