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Special educational needs

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Over 20 interventions, strategies, and supports to help teach attention skills to kids and young adults. Being able to focus and pay attention is a requirement for learning! Use these activities to help students with ADHD and ALL learners improve focus while improving your classroom management. Try attention grabbers, setting a timer, using fidgets, implementing flexible seating, and more. This is for regular education AND special education needs! #adhd #pathway2success

Challenges with focus and attention can become a huge roadblock to learning for kids and young adults. Simply put, attention is critical to learning. If students can't focus on the lesson, they are going to struggle with understanding the new content. If students can't focus on the directions, they

EASY CHECKLIST OF ACCOMMODATIONS Before you go through an IEP meeting to make changes to the accommodations and modifications section of the IEP, try using this checklist. As you check of what does...

EASY CHECKLIST OF ACCOMMODATIONS Before you go through an IEP meeting to make changes to the accommodations and modifications section of the IEP, try using this checklist. As you check of what does...

Mrs. P's Specialties!: Direct Instruction Data

This post contains affiliate links. Please click here to see our privacy policy. Recently, I posted about how I set up and run direct instruction work centers. You can read the post here if you missed it. Today I wanted to share about how my teaching assistants and I take data during the work centers. My teaching ... Read More about Direct Instruction Data

IEP goal formula for special education. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/sostherapy/.

Goals, Grades, and Special Education I was in a heated IEP meeting one time, and a teacher angrily blurted out, 'What do you want from me? Do you want me to just give him all As?!?!?' 'No,' the mom said quietly. 'I want him to be able to do the work he is capable of,

Getting students in special education to understand what they have read can be really tough. Here are 3 different ways to ensure students are understanding what they are reading and can use it in a functional manner.

Comprehension of language in general can be very challenging for students in special education. Most of my students have been diagnosed with autism or another language based disability. As a result, understanding what others say to them, vocabulary and text comprehension is difficult. Here are 3 activities we do to help students understand language better. ... Read More about 3 Ways to Target Reading Comprehension In Special Education