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Special education teachers and regular education teachers can use these websites to help students on all levels! Great for intervention supports, behavior plans, understanding disabilities, progress monitoring, developing lesson plans, and more. #pathway2success #specialeducation

Top Websites Every Special Educator Should Know

Special education teachers and regular education teachers can use these websites to help students on all levels! Great for intervention supports, behavior plans, understanding disabilities, progress monitoring, developing lesson plans, and more. #pathway2success #specialeducation

Accommodations are to be done by law for special education students. This quick reference sheet is included in my special education teacher binder of frequently used accommodations with examples.

Accommodations for Special Education

Accommodations are to be done by law for special education students. This quick reference sheet is included in my special education teacher binder of frequently used accommodations with examples.

The magic and hard work of our unfolding.

Do you ever wonder about what you were like at six years old? Or two? Or get curious about what your parents were like at that age, and how the things that happened to them back then informed the way they parented you? I’ve been thinkingRead Full Post

Processing Speed: Why Slow Processing Speed Makes Simple Tasks Daunting for Kids | ilslearningcorner.com

Processing Speed: Why Slow Processing Speed Makes Simple Tasks Daunting for Kids - Integrated Learning Strategies

Why slow processing speed can make simple tasks at school and at home seem daunting for children.

Executive functioning supports and interventions for kids and young adults who struggle with task initiation. These kids and teens might struggle to get started and appear as avoiding work when they actually lack the skills to get themselves going! Supports, interventions, and strategies for educators in the classroom and parents at home to help elementary, middle, and high school students find success. #executivefunctioning #adhd #pathway2success

Interventions for Executive Functioning Challenges: Task Initiation

Strategies and supports for executive functioning challenges can make all the difference, especially for students who struggle with task initiation. This is such an important skill, since it's like the motor in allowing us to get started on all tasks and assignments. When someone is struggling to in

With being a special education teacher… or any teacher at this point in time… we know how important it is to document every. single. thing. that happens for each of our students. While …

SPED Inclusion Documentation Forms - Mrs. D's Corner

Use the special ed inclusion documentation forms to keep track of service times, lesson plans, and more. Streamline it all quickly and effectively!

10 ways to help  teach a child with auditory processing disorder.

Auditory Processing Disorder: 10 Ways to Help Your Child

10 ways to help teach a child with auditory processing disorder.

Special Education Lesson Plans

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Need a fast way to create a differentiated lesson for your students? This handy "cheat sheet" is all you need to create a lesson to meet the needs of your GATE students. Decide on your thinking skill, content, resources, and the product by using this one page guide.

How to Differentiate a Lesson Reference Guide

Need a fast way to create a differentiated lesson for your students? This handy "cheat sheet" is all you need to create a lesson to meet the needs of your GATE students. Decide on your thinking skill, content, resources, and the product by using this one page guide.

Accommodations vs Modifications FREEBIE Poster Reminder

Accommodations vs Modifications FREEBIE Poster ReminderWhat does this FREEBIE include???*8.5x11 inch poster - 2 options*half page poster option*18x24 inch posterHappy Teaching!You might also like...Dyslexia Definition Posters FREEBIEIEP Data Collection Progress MonitoringThe BEST Special Education T...

Behavior accommodations for students that are struggling with behavior. This accommodations checklist is included in my Behavior Binder.

Behavior Binder: ABC Data, Behavior Tracking and Behavior Management Resources

Behavior accommodations for students that are struggling with behavior. This accommodations checklist is included in my Behavior Binder.

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Could you read if text looked like this?

Special education teachers and regular education teachers can use these websites to help students on all levels! Great for intervention supports, behavior plans, understanding disabilities, progress monitoring, developing lesson plans, and more. #pathway2success #specialeducation

Top Websites Every Special Educator Should Know

Special education teachers and regular education teachers can use these websites to help students on all levels! Great for intervention supports, behavior plans, understanding disabilities, progress monitoring, developing lesson plans, and more. #pathway2success #specialeducation

Thematic Literacy Planning for the Year in a Special Education Classroom - Blog post by Supports for Special Students - This post gives tips for using a scope and sequence for planning in a self-contained special education classroom.

Thematic Literacy Planning for the Year in a Special Education Classroom

Thematic Literacy Planning for the Year in a Special Education Classroom - Blog post by Supports for Special Students - This post gives tips for using a scope and sequence for planning in a self-contained special education classroom.

When done well, co-teaching offers benefits for both students and teachers. When not done well, it can be confusing or downright frustrating for all involved. Continue Reading →

Co-Teaching: How to Make it Work | Cult of Pedagogy

When done well, co-teaching offers benefits for both students and teachers. When not done well, it can be confusing or downright frustrating for all involved.