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As a special education teacher, you spend enough time making materials, so let's make the time count. Click through for more time-saving hacks for your special education classroom. via @drchrisreeve

10 Special Education Classroom Hacks: Visual Material Ed.

As a special education teacher, you spend enough time making materials, so let's make the time count. Click through for more time-saving hacks for your special education classroom. via @drchrisreeve

Task Analysis is an Evidence Based Practice for Autism. I use task analysis to teach sequential skills to the students in my Special Education classroom. Come read about how I use Task Analysis for teaching all kinds of skill.

What is Task Analysis?

Task Analysis is an Evidence Based Practice for Autism. I use task analysis to teach sequential skills to the students in my Special Education classroom. Come read about how I use Task Analysis for teaching all kinds of skill.

Teach students to identify coins and bills using this Discrete Trial kit. Students will complete 6 lessons to identify coins and bills by name, value, and picture. This kit has everything you need to teach money identification and collect data in your special education classroom.

Discrete Trial Lessons for Money Identification

Teach students to identify coins and bills using this Discrete Trial kit. Students will complete 6 lessons to identify coins and bills by name, value, and picture. This kit has everything you need to teach money identification and collect data in your special education classroom.

Classical education and Spanish: Finding the place for grammar in the language classroom.

The Grammar Question in the WL Classroom

Classical education and Spanish: Finding the place for grammar in the language classroom.

FREE (Character Education) Educating children about people who have made contributions to society is a way of promoting character education. The posters and activities in this packet highlight people who impacted the lives of others. Discussions encourage critical thinking skills by engaging students in meaningful and personal reflection. Create a "People Who Changed the World" center. Display posters and student work.

FREE (Character Education) Educating children about people who have made contributions to society is a way of promoting character education. The posters and activities in this packet highlight people who impacted the lives of others. Discussions encourage critical thinking skills by engaging students in meaningful and personal reflection. Create a "People Who Changed the World" center. Display posters and student work.

A Comprehensive Collection of Some of The Best Google Drive Add-ons for Teachers and Educators ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

A Comprehensive Collection of Some of The Best Google Drive Add-ons for Teachers and Educators ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

As a special education teacher I have been in many initial Individualized Education Plan meetings over the years. An initial IEP is when a student has first been diagnosed as having a learning disability. As a parent of a child who was born with a disability, I am very familiar with the emotional process that …

When a Child Has a Disability, What Do You Say To The Parents

As a special education teacher I have been in many initial Individualized Education Plan meetings over the years. An initial IEP is when a student has first been diagnosed as having a learning disability. As a parent of a child who was born with a disability, I am very familiar with the emotional process that …

Critical Thinking Skills, with "sentence starters," to help raise on the spot DOK questioning.

Critical Thinking Skills, with "sentence starters," to help raise on the spot DOK questioning.

Getting a child to act responsibly can often be a challenge. Educating them in the consequences of their actions is usually left to learning by experience. They make a choice and the outcome determines the consequence: praise or punishment.

Help Your Child Understand the Consequences of their Actions

Getting a child to act responsibly can often be a challenge. Educating them in the consequences of their actions is usually left to learning by experience. They make a choice and the outcome determines the consequence: praise or punishment.

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