Empowered By THEM
A day in the life of an adult transition program catering to students with moderate to severe learning disabilities. Our main focus is life skills, social skills, job skills, and community awareness.
Special Education Teacher Blogs to Follow
There are so many great reasons to be a Special Education Teacher! OK, the paperwork gets completely overwhelming, but there's nothing like helping kids who've lost hope find success, who've had a fixed mindset find a growth mindset and who have lost faith in themselves believe in themselves again. Is there any way to describe that feeling? I'm a high school special education math teacher and know that confidence is everything. When kids know they CAN do it, real learning starts to happen…
Positive, Not Punitive, Classroom Management Tips
In the first of two excerpts from his latest book, teacher and blogger Larry Ferlazzo offers some classroom management tips that are positive, not punitive.
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Why Difficult Students Need Your Unconditional Acceptance
Effective classroom management requires you to hold difficult students accountable beyond just the four walls of your classroom. Washing your hands of misbehavior that “technically” doesn’t happen on your watch—at recess or with the art teacher, for example—sends the message that you don’t really care so long as they don’t disrupt your peaceful classroom. Which,
Differentiate Math Instruction With M.A.T.H. Workshop | The TpT Blog
M.A.T.H. workshop allows students to learn new math content daily, practice math strategies in a variety of ways, and reflect on learning through sharing.