Do we really need visuals for deep breathing? The answer is YES! Add these dandelion “touch and count” to your classroom calming corner.
Have you ever been in a conversation like this? As special educators, students are often referred to us, especially near the beginning of the school year. Here's an intervention strategy kit designed to help both the student AND teacher.
Feeling nervous about the next IEP meeting? You have so much to say, but once the meeting starts, the nerves kick in. I totally understand because I've been there. Here's some tips to try out before the big day!
Special Educators – Do you use file folders for data collection? These mix and match organization tools will help keep you organized!
What's the most important considerations when setting up a resource room? Here's my thoughts on keeping the focus on learning!
Special educators need a planner made just for them! From IEP meetings to small group planning, these pages will help you stay organized during the school year.
What does Meet the Teacher look like for special educators? Check out this list of helpful information to include (and templates!).
Have you been thinking about incorporating restorative justice practices in your classroom, but have no idea what that would look (and feel) like for our youngest students?
Put your students' artwork center stage with these student-generated alphabet and number visual posters! Just enough structure with A LOT of creativity. Great for back to school week!
Communication with Students – What's the main message you are communicating with your students on a daily (even hourly) basis? Here are a few creative ideas to increase positive communication in the classroom!
Have you been using First, Then language with limited success? Don't give up – try out these helpful teaching tips today!
Looking for tips on resource room set-up? Read more to learn what I have planned for creating a comfortable learning space for my students.