Supporting kids with special needs works best when both regular education and special education staff work together. That's why it is helpful for all teachers to understand how they can modify and accommodate for students in their classrooms. For newer teachers, learning that you need to modify work
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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.
40 Accommodation ideas for students with ADHD - Free download from ADDitudeMag.com. Name the problem, there's an accommodation for that! (Note: All IEP/504 plans must be customized, put into action, and readjusted as necessary to meet the special needs of the individual)