Back to School During COVID - Tips & Strategies
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As special educators, we are challenged to create an environment that gives all of our students the opportunity to learn, grow, and succeed. Meeting our learners’ diverse academic and behavioral needs is no small task. Our next Open Enrollment Period will be January 2021.
Some of the students on my caseload are in high school and transition. A large part of their curriculum includes practicing vocational skills, often in the community. We are currently in a hybrid model, with a combination of some in-person and some remote learning. ...read more
Halloween and other themed activities may look a little different this year but as special education teachers, one thing that remains the same is structure and the need for language support! I love creating themed core and fringe language boards so that my students...read more
Working on color concepts with your students? I’ve got the perfect Color Themed Adapted book series to use. This series of color themed adapted books includes “What Color Do You See?”, “I See Colors”, and “Let’s Find Colors”. Each week I’m using one of these books...read more
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