Apps in Education: Managing Individual Education Programs (IEP) on the iPad

Managing Individual Education Programs (IEP) on the iPad

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This is an app I found for special education teachers and therapist! It looks really awesome. May want to check it out :)

IEPPAL on the App Store on iTunes

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Easy How to Make a Lockdown Shade for Your Classroom ...,Follow for "too-neat-not-to-keep" teaching tools & other fun FREE teaching stuff :)

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Easy How to Make a Lockdown Shade - KindergartenWorks

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32 Of The Best DIY Backyard Games You Will Ever Play

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When students complete a book or their completed reading log, they get to pick a sucker! Now, some of these suckers have black dots on the ends of the stick. If they are lucky enough to pull out one of those, they get to pick from the treasure box or another sucker. Easy & FUN to do! Could work in a junior high with a homework pass or bathroom pass--or simply extra credit

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Movie clips for your lesson plans...ability to search by genre (age ranges), mood, theme (this is so cool.)

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Replace the cupcake idea for school birthdays-cute idea!

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Thanksgiving Around the World Packet - a great resource to learn about harvest festivals around the world! $

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Some really great school-wide ideas for PBIS

Principal Ideas

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Plastic plates for dry erase boards - clever!

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25 Clever Classroom Tips For Elementary School Teachers - BuzzFeed Mobile

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Testing Sign for Door (FREEBIE!) Print, Laminate, and Post!

Shh We're Testing Do Not Disturb Sign for Door

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200 Ways to Say Went. *Sigh* Now I have no good explanation for why I write "went" all the time in my sentences.

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* Eyeballs: peeled grapes or olives * Tongue: banana peel or canned green chili (whole) * Intestines: spaghetti (with a splash of vegetable oil to keep them flexible) * Teeth: candy corn, corn nuts or broken pieces of chalk * Fingers: cocktail wieners (cut off one end) * Bones: chicken bones, cleaned and dried * Hair: bean sprouts or wet yarn * Heart: peach half (canned) * Ear: dried apricot * Skin: square cut from a flour tortilla, brushed with o...

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This is a great resource for music that can be used in the classroom. This contains a database of over 3,000 songs for use in the classroom, and so much more.

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pencil pockets for each kid - make out of toilet paper tubes! genius!

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Movie Gift package -- wish I would have had this around Christmas time, lol.

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Getting familiar with the classroom...

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This website offers 830 paper templates for download. It has anything from regular lined paper to yahtzee score sheet to music paper.

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Colored Bookshelves-love!

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Use the book "Only One You". This would be really cool as a school-wide project!

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PDF to Word document is a fantastically simple site that allows you do do just what the url suggests: Convert PDF documents to fully editable Word documents. You simple go to the site, upload your pdf, select either .doc or .rtf, enter your email and click convert. PDF to Word then emails you the word file upon completion. There is no sign up necessary and the turn-around time is approximately 10 minutes.

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organize construction paper in plastic files. Keep scraps in the green hanging folders that separate the colors. Crates also work. This makes them stackable and portable and easily used by students. No more mess and damaged paper! Great idea!

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The Rachel Berry Blog: {Teacher Gifts For The 1st Day}

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back to school

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