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Teacher See Teacher Do: Guest Post: Creative Inclusion from DIYfarmwife.org

Teacher See Teacher Do: Guest Post: Creative Inclusion from DIYfarmwife.org

With being a special education teacher… or any teacher at this point in time… we know how important it is to document every. single. thing. that happens for each of our students. While …

SPED Inclusion Documentation Forms

Special Education comes with a lot of paperwork, a lot of which can be time consuming. D's Corner is sharing a quick and effective way to manage and document your students' inclusion service times.

TEACHERS HAHA! I so do this! How about you???

Teachers- Some people think we spend summer by a pool with an icy beverage. But really thoughts of the upcoming school year leave us strategically planning

Building a supportive team helps mainstreaming students with disabilities. Inclusion is a best practice for students and makes a difference for all kids. Check out tip #1 in this series of Tips for Successful Inclusion.

Inclusion Series: 8 Awesome Tips for Making Inclusion Meaningful (and Successful!) TIP #1 BUILDING A TEAM

Building a supportive team helps mainstreaming students with disabilities. Inclusion is a best practice for students and makes a difference for all kids. Check out tip #1 in this series of Tips for Successful Inclusion.

Hey there Special Education Teacher! Guess What?!? I have some super amazing News! It’s totally spectacular AND TRANSFORMATIVE! Are you stressing out about how to get it all done? Are you overwhelmed? Burned out? Ready to start but don’t know where? I am building a course designed specifically for the SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER!  It doesn’t …

8 Elements of a Successful IEP- Plus SPECIAL EDUCATION Announcement

Written BY an autistic 14 year old - who better to tell us what is going on inside their minds -and how they'd like us to reach out to them... "How to Talk to an Autistic Kid" by Daniel Stefanski is a great book to add to your shelf!

Written BY an autistic 14 year old - who better to tell us what is going on inside their minds -and how they'd like us to reach out to them. "How to Talk to an Autistic Kid" by Daniel Stefanski is a great book to add to your shelf! **kid with autism

Although I disagree with lists and labels this information pin is interesting as it does look at strengths of being dyslexic. Like 'Deaf Gain' we should celebrate the uniqueness that disability can bring to individuals and the wider society.

Better information. Better health.

Typical strengths and weaknesses of those with dyslexia. It is not an all-inclusive list, nor is it applicable to every one with dyslexia. Every person's dyslexia is unique to them.

Hey Girl for the Learning Support Teacher

Hey Girl for the Learning Support Teacher

He knows just how hard the job of Special Education Teacher is. Check out even more Hey Girl for the Learning Support Teacher!

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