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Description Quick data collection for IEP goals and objectives while students get targeted practice! This is a set of 430 task cards organized by early math and early literacy skills. Use these task strips for performance assessments (data tracking pages included!) or set up task boxes by each skills. I.E.P. Task Boxes - Includes 430 Task Cards - low prep! Math Skills Checklist Literacy Skills Checklist Google Form for collecting data point (out of 10) Organizing cards for practice and goal…
Katie Lumley saved to SPED
Looking for tips on resource room set-up? Read more to learn what I have planned for creating a comfortable learning space for my students.
ddiazbarroso saved to writing
Special Education teachers are the masters of data collection! At times, collecting data can be overwhelming, especially when you sometimes have to outsource the collecting to other teachers, specialists, or teaching assistants. Tracking accommodations is necessary to make sure an IEP is being followed and can be helpful in determining which accommodations should be added to or removed from the IEP. Believe it or not, collecting data on accommodations and modifications does not have to…
Andrea Lynn saved to Education
Accommodations, modifications, interventions, and strategies are confusing terms. This guide to academic supports for students is designed especially for teachers to clear up confusion. Great to help with special education, section 504, and at-risk students. FREE GUIDE to download!
Essentials of a Special Education Resource Room: After I accepted my new position as a K-3 Special Education Resource Teacher, I quickly got to work in planning out my new classroom. I considered student need, layout, materials, and decor to prepare my room. I'm thrilled to share these 3 essential components of my new classroom with you!
Melanie Reed saved to Resource classroom
Being a special educator means you have a lot of tasks to manage. First, getting everything organized can be a task in itself! The Special Educator’s Everything Binder will help you keep all your information in one convenient place. Here are some essential pieces for your SPED caseload binder! Calendars First, start your binder with […]
At the beginning of the school year, it is the special education teacher's job to share IEP information with school staff. This blog post includes some important things to think about when completing this important back to school task.
Susan Cottingham saved to SPED
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Being a special educator is an amazing title that comes with lots of prep work and responsibility! There are just some resources that a special educator really needs to have in their classroom to help keep them organized, data-driven, and their students on track. Whether you are prepping your classr
Sandy Dunkle saved to Class ideas
Need cheap storage ideas for organizing all the things in your special education classroom? Learn how to be a more organized teacher with these tips and tricks! These classroom organization ideas will help you keep your workboxes, data, file folders, centers, and supplies organized!
Ginger Stahl saved to School