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E- Learning in Early Childhood

How are YOU doing? No but really, how are you doing?  I can feel the energy through the teacher world busy at work trying to provide the best possible e-learning for our kiddos in such a difficult time.  The power, time, energy, and love that goes into teaching on a...

Coping with New Challenges

Even after 13 years of teaching in a self-contained special education classroom, last week I felt like a first year teacher. I told my peers I felt like “a first year teacher, on Mars, with my hands tied behind my back.” It was rough. I was not only trying to figure...

5 Tips For Teachers During E-Learning

E-Learning Tips No matter if you are a few weeks in or just starting to face the possibility of e-learning, here are some quick tips to keep you on the right track . 1. Set Boundaries Teaching at home can set you up for burn-out quickly if you don't set boundaries....

Supporting Sensory Needs at Home

As we move into the world of elearning and teletherapy, we have to get creative. At school, many children with autism have a variety of targeted sensory activities embedded throughout their day.  At school, there may be a designated sensory room with a ton of...

Focus on Five: Tips for Parents for Home Learning

In these unprecedented times, parents now also have the task of homeschooling their children.  You may have gotten a packet of work from your child’s teacher or some sort of instructions for distance or e-learning, but may need some guidance on how to structure the...

E-Learning in the Self Contained Classroom

"How am I going to do THAT?" I'm pretty sure those were my words when I found out I needed to move to e-learning because our district was under a mandatory shut down of all schools for two (I'm praying it's only two) weeks. My students have intense needs. They learn...

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