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Early childhood special education

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I cannot believe a new school year is right around the corner! I love the excitement that I new school year brings. I also love the planning and preparation that I new school year brings. I have slowly been easing myself back into "work mode," analyzing my class schedule, staff assignments, and rotation activities. Today, I will be sharing some of my ideas for rotations in early childhood special education (ECSE). With that said, while I teach ECSE and focused on ECSE when creating these…

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Desiree Greeley
Are you ready to start setting up your preschool special education classroom but don't know where to start? In this post, I share how I setup my classroom for preschooler. Learn how to organize your classroom environment and organize student supplies so that all students are set up for success this year. Create a classroom community that is easily accessible for all students. You will ideas for how to organize your classroom library and how I setup my schedule and choice time. Special Education Preschool Classroom, Preschool Classroom Layout, Autism Preschool, Preschool Set Up, Middle School Special Education, Early Childhood Special Education, Special Education Activities, Early Childhood Classrooms, Autism Classroom

Are you ready to start setting up your preschool special education classroom but don't know where to start? In this post, I share how I setup my classroom for preschooler. Learn how to organize your classroom environment and organize student supplies so that all students are set up for success this year. Create a classroom community that is easily accessible for all students. You will ideas for how to organize your classroom library and how I setup my schedule and choice time.

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Simply Special Ed | Resources for Special Education Teachers
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If a student is unable to play with toys during structured leisure time independently, play supports are a great strategy.

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Jamie Jacques
As special education teachers, we often focus on what we should do or say at an IEP meeting, but there are some things you should NEVER say at an IEP meeting. Here you will find phrases you should never say to special education parents or the IEP team at an IEP meeting. By avoiding these phrases, you make parents and students feel more comfortable and help your IEP meeting run smoothly. Learn these phrases here. Special Education Accommodations, Special Education Data, Special Education Organization, Individualized Education Program, Early Childhood Special Education, Inclusive Education, Special Education Classroom, Parent Teacher Meeting, Parent Teacher Communication

As special education teachers, we often focus on what we should do or say at an IEP meeting, but there are some things you should NEVER say at an IEP meeting. Here you will find phrases you should never say to special education parents or the IEP team at an IEP meeting. By avoiding these phrases, you make parents and students feel more comfortable and help your IEP meeting run smoothly. Learn these phrases here.

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Meredith Covert
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Teaching our students to play independently is such an important functional skill! First, if a student can play independently at school, then it can give teachers/staff the time to prep materials for the next activity, to pull small groups or to do 1:1 instruction. At home, independent play is just as important! If a child is able to play independently, then a parent can cook a meal or shower without being interrupted! I know a lot of teachers don't take the time to teach independent play…

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Denise Woodard