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A prayer for special education teachers, this is such a great thank you gift to make for my sons teachers!!!


The Ultimate Guide to the iPad for Speech Pathology & Special Education- DOWNLOAD THE FREE 55 PAGE PDF

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Personalized Autism Special Needs Teacher / Therapist Thank You / Appreciation Photo Poem Printable 8x10 All Proceeds Go To Autism Awareness

Personalized Autism Special Needs Teacher / by vmiddleton5 on Etsy, $5.25


You can also change the word 'teacher' to 'student'. I bet a teacher would absolutely love a poem from a student like this.


This is special education...Some students need more than others to succeed. This is what you say when people say it isn't fair that special education students get extra stuff. I actually had a gen ed teacher say it wasn't fair that a special ed student got more time on an assignment. The student probably thinks it's not fair that he has a learning disability.


10 things teachers should know about their students with Down syndrome. "It all comes down to the TEACHER in the classroom. Teachers make or break the experience for the child, family, classroom, and school, especially when it comes to children with Down syndrome." We LOVE Carter's teacher!!!


Compare and Contrast (and a fun freebie!)

cute poem for special education teachers

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Survival Tips for First Year Special Education Teachers

I love reading about anything that gives really great advise to future teachers- especially things about what to expect or tips for your first year that you will be teaching. This article in particular seems to be very realistic and not sugar coat how tough it's going to be. This website also has a lot of other really great articles that I'll probably take a look at!

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Special Education Progress Monitoring for IEP Goals

Progress monitoring for IEP Goals. Special Education.

special needs teacher quotes...this is true of all students, sometimes we need to remember the bigger picture