Independent work stations
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How to set up independent work stations in your self-contained special education classroom #specialeducation #selfcontained #SPED
Patricia Anderson saved to classroom organization
This freebie will give you schedules and materials to set up three different types of structured/ independent work systems including: A folder system A binder system A drawer sytem This freebie also includes a first/ then printable, choice / reinforcer cards and set up directions for families or paraprofessionals. If you want to learn more about setting up structured work, you can check out this blog post! This product was created using Smarty Symbols Images. All rights reserved, 2011-2015.
Patricia Magee saved to Consult
Looking for a way to organize independent work time for your special education classroom? Students gain more independent and personal responsibility skills with an organized Especially Education Task Box Independent Work Station. Read for ideas to organize task boxes for independent time or for work time. Today’s guest blogger, Rachel Glassman, is a second year …
Liz Pabon saved to Special education classroom
Using Basic Skill File Folders to Build Independence (with FREE Errorless File Folders) - Teaching Special Thinkers
Since file folders are my go-to for my independent work stations, I decided to create a line of file folders that covered those foundational skills. This way, my learners that were still working on basic skills could get used to working with file folders and velcro pieces. I love using these Basic Skills File Folders for students that need to work on building independence with activities they can do on their own. #FileFolders #BasicSkillsLearning
Kimberly M saved to SPED
Enter your name and email to try these FREE life skills file folders to practice community skills with your special education students. Includes six file folder activities for independent work stations, centers or life skills practice. #autismworktasks #filefolders
1. Start Small Last year I had one of the most amazing paraprofessionals I had ever met. Mrs. B was kind, exuberant, and radiated joy. As a grandmother to 3 toddlers, she often brought these “grandma tendencies” into the classroom. This woman could wipe a nose with one hand and zip up backpacks with the …
Christina Belliti saved to Education
Structured work systems, also called independent work stations, are perfect for students in a self-contained classroom. These systems are visual systems that are strategically set up so students can work independently. Today I am sharing 3 structured work systems for special education students. You will find details about task box centers, three drawer work systems, and independent work binders. Students can work on file folder activities, writing or tracing, matching activities and more!
Erin Geyer saved to Independent work system
You all probably know by now that I’m a HUGE fan of Independent Work Stations. I’ve posted about them many times and shared how to use them successful. I absolutely love the independence we build for our students. Today I’m sharing 5 quick tips for setting up a work station in your Special Education classroom. ... Read More about 5 Work Station Basics
The Spirited Thrifter saved to Special Ed