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Classroom Video Tours

Every time I do a presentation, I say the same line, “Like many of our students, I am a visual learner. So today’s PD is filled with photos and visuals so you can see everything in action.” I always say it the same way right before I jump into my...

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Get Creative with Clinician Rooms!

Get Creative with Clinician Rooms!

I know that many of us clinicians share rooms with other clinicians, use different offices on different days, provide services within other classrooms, and have to find our own space on a daily basis.  If you do have a consistent space or area you use it is nice to...

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One Day BONUS Back to School Sale!

One Day BONUS Back to School Sale!

Maybe you missed the Back to School Sale earlier this month. Maybe you were still soaking in that sweet summer vacation vibe and the thought of school wasn’t even on your radar. You brain only had space for netflix, grilled meats, and flip flops. Maybe you saw...

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Interactive Reading and Math Work Books

Interactive Reading and Math Work Books

The start of the year is all about training staff, teaching your students routines, implementing new behavior plans, and trying to get the new barista at starbucks to memorize your order (venti unsweetened iced coffee!). You were probably nodding your head along to...

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School Supply Adapted Books!

School Supply Adapted Books!

Wow!  Summer has gone by fast again this year.  We just finished talking about classroom set up and organization.  Now it’s time to start preparing our materials.  Here are some great adapted books to use at the start of the year which focus on getting ready for...

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5 Tips for Start of the Year Success

5 Tips for Start of the Year Success

The start of the year is intimidating. Whether you are a first year teacher or a tenth year teacher, there is a lot of pressure on those first few weeks of the school year. You want to clarify your expectations. You want to be firm but fun. You want to outline your...

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Using Visuals to Teach Routines

Using Visuals to Teach Routines

We’ve been talking ALL SUMMER LONG about visuals. Not only did visuals have its own fully dedicated week of posts but visuals also crawled its way into our week on schedules. It even popped up in class structure, work tasks, and communication. We talk about...

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What Should I Do on the First Day of School?

What Should I Do on the First Day of School?

First day jitters are not reserved for our students. Teacher first day jitters are on a whole different level. Those jitters may slowly grow until your in full blown panic attach mode. This anxiety over the first day doesn’t use pop up because you don’t...

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Time for Clinician Schedules!

Time for Clinician Schedules!

Summer is coming to an end for some of us and it’s time to start thinking about getting ready for the upcoming school year.  I think one of the biggest challenges we face as clinicians is making a schedule.  Having multiple schools, high caseloads, and providing...

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Check Homework Off of Your To-Do List NOW!

Check Homework Off of Your To-Do List NOW!

I’ll admit it guys – I hate homework. Hate it, hate it, hate it. My first year teaching homework was so far off my radar that I don’t even think that word was in my vocabulary. Sometime in my second or third year teaching some super well-meaning...

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Setting Up a an Easy-to-Use Program Binder

A program binder will guide your instruction and help you keep track of both academic and behavioral data. However, there is a lot that needs to go into one binder and the organization can be challenging. If you have a high-needs student, you cannot waste time trying...

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Classroom Schedules

You need loads of schedules for your class. I have schedules coming out of my ears. You need a student detailed schedule, an adult detailed schedule, and schedules for your students. You should have a schedule for each child in your classroom. Just do it. Don’t...

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Ultimate Guided Reading Resource for Special Education

I made this massive resource a few weeks ago but haven’t had a chance to post about it yet! I absolutely love teaching reading. I think literacy for children with autism is an extremely under-researched area with very limited supports, curriculum, and resources....

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FAQ: Dealing with Aggression

Welcome to a week long (or more!) set of posts dedicated to your frequently asked questions. I pulled these reoccurring themes from emails, comments, and facebook. If a bunch of people have the same concern – there are probably more of you too! Figured I’d...

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Life Skills Room

The Life Skills Room is one of those things that has been looming near the bottom of my to do list for weeks now. We had partially set it up – enough for some of our kids to use on a daily basis – but it wasn’t set up to my OCD like standards. We...

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