A presentation and poster explaining what inclusion is/should be in the classroom or school environment. This is full of simplified statements and could be expanded upon for awareness or staff training purposes.
Once you've made sure you have visuals to match the verbal requests you make on a daily basis, your job isn't over. Now it's time to teach your students how to use those visuals & what they mean. Essential tips for using visuals purposefully & effectively today on the blog! From http://theautismhelper.com
Special Education comes with a lot of paperwork, a lot of which can be time consuming. Mrs. D's Corner is sharing a quick and effective way to manage and document your students' inclusion service times.
Special Education Behavior Reflection: Think Sheet: This is a great tool for special education and general education students who need to reflect on their behavior and learn to make better choices. Description from astutehoot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Designing Your Special Education ClassroomStep I - Classroom Design (Resource Room and Self Contained classroom only. Inclusion Class teachers proceed to Step II.) Setting up the physical structure of your classroom is a personal choice. However,...
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.