Managing a special education classroom can be overwhelming and exhausting, to say the least. To make your job a little bit easier, here are some great classroom management hacks I have learned over the years in my special education classroom. visual supports & tools Using visual ... Read More about Classroom Management Hacks For Special Ed
Unfortunately, stress is a part of the job when you are a teacher (I’m sure I don’t have to tell you that!). It is easy to get caught up in the stress and let it weigh you down. The good news though is that there are several things you can do to help relieve some of that stress. Use these tips to ... Read More about 5 Tips For Reducing Stress As A Teacher
Teaching special education can turn you into a hoarder... no joke! You never know what you will need year to year because the students, levels, and goals are ever-changing. But... there are 15 must haves you will need every year in special education. This post contains affiliate links. prep ... Read More about 15 Special Ed. Classroom Must-Haves
Using theme units or thematic units with lesson planning can be very beneficial for you and your students. I have found that using themes in my classroom makes lesson planning a snap! It will save you time and allow you to immerse your students in the vocabulary and concepts surrounding that ... Read More about Lesson Planning With Theme Units In A Snap
Using Books to teach social skills is a great way to introduce and practice social skills with students in special education classes. By talking about social skills as it relates to the characters in the book, it helps students be more open in the discussion because it takes the focus off of them. ... Read More about 10 Books To Teach Social Skills In Special Ed.