With little warning, we have been thrown into a situation most of us were not ready for. With school closures around the world, teachers are suddenlytrying to figure out howto make distance learning work for their classrooms.
In this episode, I am sharing 4 tips for setting up and running distance learning in a special education classroom. Go with what you know. Keep it simple. Focus on connections. Differentiate your options. We discuss some options for setting up distance learning in special education classrooms and how to keep a positive mindset.
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Supporting Sensory Needs at Home:https://theautismhelper.com/supporting-sensory-needs-at-home/
Tips for Parents Turned Special Education Teachers:https://theautismhelper.com/tips-for-parents-turned-homeschool-special-education-teachers/
Realistic Expectations During Distance Learning:https://theautismhelper.com/expectationsdistancelearning/
Occupational Therapy and E-Learning:https://theautismhelper.com/occupational-therapy-and-e-learning-ideas-activities-and-next-steps/
E-Learning in the Self-Contained Classroom:https://theautismhelper.com/e-learning-in-the-self-contained-classroom
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