Your emergency Sunday night googling stops here.
You know what I’m talking about. The Monday morning bell is hours away and you need solutions, stat.
Data tracking systems. IEP meeting tips. Paraprofessional training plans.
Every week brings a new challenge and another scramble to find some help.
It’s no wonder so many special educators find themselves feeling overwhelmed, frustrated, and contemplating heading for the exit doors.
Does it really have to be this way?
Not on my watch.
I’m Jennifer DeBrosse, instructional coach, special educator, and alternative to frantic, late-night internet searches.
I know what you’re going through because I was there—and I wrote, organized, and created my way out of it.
Over time (and with plenty of trial and error) I made my own systems and solutions to overcome overwhelm, get my students positively learning, and focus on the joy of teaching.
Now I’ve pooled all my knowledge and skills into one place to help you do the same.
What’s included in Special Educators Resource Room?
This offers just a peek at what’s included… practical, useful tools and training to help you feel like a more effective and confident teacher.
You will also be invited to join our closed online community. Closed for confidentiality to ask questions you need answers to.
From useful forms to done-for-you presentations—plus guidance on using it all—Special Educators Resource Room has the tools and support you need to feel calm, collected, and totally together as a special educator.
Join us inside to regain your confidence in the classroom, turn light bulbs on for your students, impress administrators…
And get those precious Sunday nights back for good.
What’s already available for instant access?
New resources are added to Special Educators Resource Room EVERY month, but just in case you’re wondering what’s already inside the membership waiting for you… (this is just a partial list):