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This school year, I’m running a social group for children ages 5-7 years old. It is an absolute blast! The first thing I always teach in ALL of my groups at the beginning of the school year i…


Self-regulation: Can it help kids behave better in school?

Self Regulation poster - how does your engine run - excellent interesting article student self regulation


Pre-made lessons and supplies. I like to be productive and I like to save time while doing it. All the items needed to get a self-contained special education classroom up and running or keep it up and running. #autism #lessons #lessonplans


How to Run a Social Skills Group Many of our children with language delays also have trouble with social skills. This post has so many AWESOME ideas divided into plans for preschoolers, elementary, and middle/high school students. GREAT information. Read more at:


Celebrating Differences with Self Portraits

Celebrating Differences with Self Portraits At the beginning of the school year I like to focus on community building and celebrating each child as an individual. Using the book I Like Myself I have students celebrate what they like about themselves and create a self portrait. Find more directions and the head template HERE. back to school back to school crafts classroom decor I Like Myself PreK-2 Sara J Sara J Creations self portrait


Whether your students are converting complicated math equations, clipping inspiration off the web to save for later, translating English to French (and back again), or just trying to stay organized and focused, OneNote’s features are designed to help students succeed. Discover more about how OneNote keeps the classroom running smoothly.


IEP Terms to Know

Does your child have an Individualized Education Program (IEP)? If this is a new development, you may run into some language you’re not familiar with. Here are key terms you’ll see and hear as you work with the IEP team.


‘If you want your pupils to think you’re a great teacher, then own what you teach’

My youngest daughter and I discuss all sorts of things during the half-hour school run: her inevitably yo-yoing friendships, too much homework, terrorism. But this week she spent almost the entire journey singing the praises of one of her teachers. A teacher she singled out because she enjoys her lessons so much and learns so much from her. A teacher who does something no other teacher at my daughter’s school ever does. Not one.

Tips To Run A Successful IEP Meeting For The Busy SLP

tips for running a successful IEP meeting for the busy SLP. #dabblingslp #slpeeps


This school year, I'll be running a social skills group at my work! I wanted a basic outline of topics to hopefully target each week. I decided that most of the time, things are too difficult to ta...


How to run an AWESOME After-school Makers Club | I've run an after-school Makers Club at my school for the last two years. Learn my tips on setting norms and routines, balancing guided projects & free time, building in reflection and sharing your projects with the world.


The Wiggle Jar: free printable jar label and activity cards with ideas to give your students breaks throughout the school day (from Homeschool Share)


The Gingerbread Man Loose in Our School! Class Book & Gingerbread Exchange

Our interactive Math & Language Arts Workbooks provide independent work to your students & a HUGE help as you run through the unending list of to-do's at the start of the year! From #thautismhelper

Our interactive Math & Language Arts Workbooks provide independent work to your students & a HUGE help as you run through the unending list of to-do's at the start of the year! From #thautismhelper