Articles from Classroom Setup

Whether you are a new teacher ready to get started on your classroom or a veteran teacher looking to freshen things up – check out my Seven Steps for Setting Up a Stellar Autism Room. Start with Organization & Planning next on to the Structure, Schedules, Visuals, and Data. Then finish up with Work Tasks & Curriculum and Communication.

Structured Work Time, Independent Work, and Integrated Centers

I love structure.  I love it in school, and I love it as an adult in my life.  You probably use it way more than you even realize it!  Agendas during a PD? Yep, structure.  To do lists? Yeah sorry not sorry that’s structure too.  I think sometimes when people hear the...

Supporting Our Students AND Teachers in the General Education Classroom

There are so many moving parts that it takes to make general education inclusion successful and each situation is different.  You have your team working within the room, the general management of the classroom, and all of the supports needed for your students. Not to...

New Year, New Kids, New Setup!

Something I love most about being in the education field is the feeling of a fresh start each year. Even if you have looping students in the same room, you can always strengthen an area such as the writing center, independent work, or the overall flow of a schedule. ...

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