A Special Sparkle: Tips for New Special Education Teachers: Working with paraprofessionals

A Special Sparkle: Tips for New Special Education Teachers: Working with paraprofessionals
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Getting ready for an IEP for the first time? Check out these resources so you're fully prepared. #sponsored
Here's a poster defining what fair means in the classroom.
Fair does not always mean equal...
Special education teachers, as well as regular education teachers, can have quite the caseload of special education students. Hopefully, my IEP Meetings Binder will take away some of the stress for planning an upcoming IEP meeting for you as it has for me
The Organized Special Education Teacher - A plethora of resources for teachers. In addition to an excellent section on accommodations and modifications, it also has links to American Special Education laws and the Department of Special Education.
We asked special education teachers, OTs and SLPs to recommend their favorite apps for autism, speech and language, reading and writing, auditory processing disorder, executive functioning and more. Here is their list.
This website provides special education teachers with tools and strategies for using AAC devices in their classrooms.
A Special Education teacher and BSC (Behavior/ABA specialist) list their best recommendations for toys and gifts for children with autism, intellectual disabilities and other developmental delays. Great list to share with relatives and grandparents who ar
50 Must-See Blogs For Special Education Teachers. Surprised to see my blog in this list! -Teacher Sol
A prayer for special education teachers, this is such a great thank you gift to make for my sons teachers!!!
10 Items Every Special Educator should have in their classroom - great post on what teachers can use in their classrooms to reach all of their students.