Do you have a student or students who seem to be stuck and aren’t progressing at a goal or skill that you have been working on with them? It can be frustrating and concerning when a student isn’t making progress. If students get stuck and you aren’t seeing any progress from them, there are some ... Read More about What To Do When A Student Isn’t Making Progress
While every classroom has students at different levels, there is a larger range of levels in special education classrooms. Somehow, teachers are expected to be able to group students and teach multiple levels at the same time. With some tweaking, it is possible! Here are tips to help you ... Read More about How To Differentiate Math Materials In Special Ed.
Visuals can be used in many different ways throughout the school day. Both special education & general education use visuals to help with organization and behavior, but visual supports are a great way to modify lessons and tasks as well. One of the most common ways to use visuals in the ... Read More about Use Visuals To Modify & Support Lessons and Tasks
Peer-to-peer relationships are an important part of classroom management. Just like we want to build positive relationships with students, we want them to have those same bonds with each other. There are many ways to ensure that students are kind and respectful to each other. However, there will be ... Read More about How To Manage Peer To Peer Conflicts
Using themes in your classroom has so many benefits for both you and your students. One of the biggest impacts it has on students is that it greatly expands their vocabulary. I usually cover a theme for two-week blocks with my class and I embed the theme into all subjects and activities throughout ... Read More about How To Use Theme Units To Expand Vocabulary