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Interventions for Executive Functioning Challenges: Attention
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
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Important Dyslexia Accommodations in the Classroom
Getting a school to recognize, test, and then accommodate your child with dyslexia can be an arduous and frustrating task. Although public school systems can accommodate the individual needs of our struggling students, many administrators don’t like to tap into the general education coffers for a single student. As a result, parents often have to rally and wrestle to obtain reasonable accommodations for their children with dyslexia and other disabilities that impact learning. The key to…
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Morning Meeting for Social Emotional Learning
Five simple steps for leading a morning meeting or circle time focused on social emotional learning in the classroom. Morning meeting is the ideal time to build relationships with students while also teaching critical SEL skills like empathy, self-awareness, and decision-making!
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Special Education Classroom Organization Tips & Tricks - Teaching Special Thinkers
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!
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Teaching Executive Functioning Skills
Many kids and young adults struggle with executive functioning challenges. Some are easy to spot, such as when a student can't focus on a lesson or comes to class without their entire binder. Other EF challenges are less obvious, though. A learner might take two times as long on homework because th
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How to Quickly Organize Progress Monitoring for Special Education - The Primary Gal
If you feel like your progress monitoring for your special education IEP goals is scattered and disorganized, this blog post is for you! In this post, I share how to organize your progress monitoring to make assessing your students on a regular basis quickly and easily.
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8 Fun Ways to Practice Sight Words Every Day - The Primary Gal
If you are teaching a primary grade or special education, I believe that sight word routines should be included in your daily routines. Some of our students, especially students with disabilities, need repeated exposure to allow them to master recognizing sight words quickly. Below, you will find six ways that I practice sight words with my students every day! Daily Oral Practice I strongly believe that this one routine is the number one reason that my students have made progress with sight…
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