This is just a quick guide of all the acronyms associated with the special education laws. This is beneficial to a school based SLP so she can know the laws by name accurately and not get confused and possibly mess up paperwork.
Fine motor practice for toddlers and preschoolers with tongs, ping pong balls, and an empty detergent bottle that looks like a googly-eyed crocodile! I will put sight words/numbers/letters on the pingpong balls
At a Glance: Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE)
How to write IEP goals and collect data on those goals: The three questions you MUST ask before writing your goals!
SPED Secrets: What You Don’t Learn in College
Let’s be honest here for a minute and start this off by agreeing that a good percentage of the college courses you take are a big waste of time. There are those really good courses that prepare you for the “textbook stuff”, but nothing in the world prepares you for teaching quite like actually teaching does. Especially in special education. Blog post at Mrs. D's Corner.
First Days in the Special Education Classroom Have you ever wondered what to first do with your students when they first come to your special education classroom? All special education classes are different depending on states, schools and districts.