Special Needs Programs | These are some ideas on using objects and hands-on activities while helping ESL learners read. I like the exercise where kids find objects that fit a given descriptive word, which could be a good sensory activity for other special needs kids as well.
.I have created a guide titled Working with Students with Specials Needs for paras, substitutes, and volunteers to educate them on using "person-first" language, general information about disabilities and their characteristics and successful teaching strategies, and quick tips for providing modifications in the classroom.
Teaching kids with special needs requires some additional planning, but it can be done! Here are some great tips for teaching Multi-Sensory Bible Lessons to kids with Special Needs. :: www.inallyoudo.net
Independent work systems (TEACCH) are a staple in many autism and other special education classrooms. They are considered an emerging or evidence-based practice for teaching independence. Setting them up and using them correctly are critical. Here are 10 tips to get your started on setting up and using them. via @drchrisreeve