Goodbye Sign. See You Later Alligator. After While Crocodile. | Etsy
Please read entire description before purchase :) Goodbye Sign: Perfect for the entryway, nursery, childs room, playroom, or classroom! Two versions included! OPTIONS: This high resolution instant download printable scales to print in the 8 x 12, 12 x 18, 16 x 24, 20 x 30, and 24 x 36 sizes. Both
Your New Classroom: Distance Learning and Zoom Tips (Freebies Too) - Pocket of Preschool
Distance learning is HARD, and it is NOT the same as our beloved classrooms. We would all LOVE to be back in special learning environments with our students, but that may not happen this year. So I’m here with distant learning tips, tricks and ideas to make it easier for you and your kiddos. These...Read More
Examples of Modified Assignments for Students with Special Needs
Here are some examples of modifications. Remember, that a modified lesson in an inclusive classroom is a lesson where the objective and/or learning materials have been changed to meet the needs of a special learner. However, the overall concept or activity remains the same so that the learner can experience the curriculum alongside his or her classmates. This math sheet has been easily modified by providing alternate questions. Photo from www.teachingtoinspirein5th.blogspot.com. This math…
How to Include Students with Disabilities by Modifying Curriculum in 3 Easy Steps!
Modifying curriculum for students who do not yet have an understanding of grade level content has long been the sole responsibility of the special education teacher. However, since the goal of inclusion is to include the student in as much of the general education environment and curriculum as possible, then we have to expect that modifications will occur as frequently as possible across all areas of the educational program. Thus, if we want to see full, authentic inclusion exist in our…
Task Box FAQs
Overwhelmed and understaffed my first year as a special education teacher in the self-contained classroom, I discovered that implementing an effective independent workstation helped my students become more successful and independent. Click to learn how I got control using task boxes and independent workstations in my special education classroom. My students loved the differentiated math, language arts, science, and social studies curriculum with age appropriate clip art and real photographs.
5 Games for Reviewing Any Content - The Owl Teacher
Are you looking for some games that you can use whole group to review important content with your class before a test? Check out these 5 engaging games for reviewing!
Tips for Helping Your Child Learn at Home During the Coronavirus Outbreak
As I write this, my daughter is packing up her dorm room and getting ready to come home from university even though the semester hasn't ended. In response to an outbreak of coronavirus, the school moved all classes online subsequently thrusting her into the world of virtual learning. One, that I'm not sure she is ready for. My daughter needs to have structure and routine in her life as well as accountability. She prefers visual learning aids and the opportunity to ask questions while…
Increasing Positive Student Participation Are You a Hog, a Log, or a Frog? Morning Meeting Lesson
Do you have students who sit around like logs, rarely ever participating in class discussions or activities? What about those students who act like hogs, blurting out answers, not letting their peers have a chance to speak up let alone think about the question you just asked? If you answered, "YES!" to either of these questions, you will love this morning meeting idea! This post contains affiliate links. I earn a small commission each time someone makes a purchase using one of my links…
Power Lesson: Note-Taking Stations | Cult of Pedagogy
To take quality notes, students need to be taught how. This fantastic station-rotation lesson gets the job done, and it can be used with all kinds of other content as well.
Homework and your IEP~A guide for parents. • A Day In Our Shoes
Does doing homework leave you and your kid in tears? Here are some ideas and accommodations for homework and an IEP or 504
Cooperative Learning with Placemat Consensus! - Ciera Harris Teaching
Teachers always have lots of reasons to get that pain in the pit of our stomachs… Testing season, report card deadlines, group work… Oh GROUP WORK! Can you hear the tattling now!? Working together in groups can be the most rewarding experiences in many lessons but also can be some of the most challenging. There ... Read more Cooperative Learning with Placemat Consensus!
Tools to Help Students Follow Their Passions | Cult of Pedagogy
These tech tools help students create their own blogs or websites, podcasts, videos, artwork, even publish their own books. Wonderful for Genius Hour projects, 20% time, or any kind of passion project.