Twenty-four visual aids that can be used to support your special education students during any setting or subject. Using visuals, particularly with students with autism is a best practice and can increase independence, decrease transition difficulties, in
Let’s be honest here for a minute and start this off by agreeing that a good percentage of the college courses you take are a big waste of time. There are those really good courses that prepare you for the “textbook stuff”, but nothing in the world prepar
This website is a great resource not only for parents but also for the school based SLP that is new to the school environment. This website defines and explains the acronyms, terminology, and jargon that can be found in an IEP document.
Where to Start: iPads in a Special Education Classroom
Time Outs? Considerate Classroom: Early Childhood Special Education Edition: Tour Our Classroom's Independent Work Area Sand timers with different intervals for work time, breaks, cool down time, etc Could be used in gen ed as well of course