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Organization: Teacher Station

As a teacher who has always had a very active classroom with never enough room, I gave up a teacher desk long ago. As a result, my Teacher Station (or Teacher Time on the schedule) was born. Our Teacher Station is a home-base of sorts. We as teachers can...

Thanksgiving Cooking with Free Recipe

I love cooking with my student around this time of the year.  There are so many great Thanksgiving dishes to make.  Stuffing, mashed potatoes, pumpkin fluff, cranberry fluff, and green beans seem to be popular for my students.  I usually do different...

Sensory Processing: Challenges and Red Flags

In my last post, we went over some very basic concepts related to sensory processing.  In this post, we are going to dive a little deeper into what it looks like when students have sensory processing challenges, when to be concerned and then some...

Color Coding Tools

This month the TAH bloggers are breaking down all things organization. November is one of my favorite months to get organized. By November I know what's working in my classroom and what's not. I use the weeks between Halloween and Thanksgiving to get some...

Organizing the Leveled Daily Curriculum

The Leveled Daily Curriculum has been growing over the past few years. There is Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Functional Literacy. Level 0.5 and Level 4 has been added to LA and Math. I love these resources because it includes...

What Is The Category? Adapted Book

The final and I think most challenging book in my set of category adapted books is “What is the Category?”  Just for a quick reminder the set of category adapted books includes What Category Do You See?, I Spy Categories, and What Is The Category?      ...

Fluency Center

It's ALL about the fluency center. On the busiest day, the fluency center is still chugging along and the paraprofessional is collecting data. It's literally the best thing ever. If you are up to your eyeballs in a new behavior plan and feel like you've have...

Visual Supports for the Home

We gain information about our environment through seeing (visual), hearing (auditory), and/or through touching or manipulating ('hands-on' learning). Research shows that Individuals on the autism spectrum demonstrate strength in visual learning, but oftentimes...

Individualized Student Stations

Hello! My name is Meredith Walling and I teach in a self-contained high school classroom for students on the autism spectrum. I have taught this type of classroom for 11 years, in elementary, middle school, and now high school where I know I have found my...

I Spy Categories Adapted Book

Last week I shared about how I created a set of 3 different category adapted books since I always have lots of students working on categorization skills.  The series includes What Category Do You See?, I Spy Categories, and What Is The Category?  Each week...

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