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.
Teaching SPED can be a tough job. Running a classroom, paperwork, IEP Goals. There's just so much to do as a Special Education Teacher! I teamed up with 25 amazing SPED bloggers to share 25 Ways to Survive and Thrive in SPED.
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.
When the problem behavior you're seeing from your students no longer results in a healthy dose of reinforcement – you need a replacement behavior to the rescue! From theautismhelper.com#theautismhelper
Of course, behavior doesn't always fit neatly into one category. Sometimes behaviors have more than one function - or are what we call multiply controlled. These interventions take some creativity, so let's get to it on the blog!! From theautismhelper.com