Thanks for hoping by! I am so excited to be a part of this special educator blog hop for the month of February. I am linking up with a lot of the same bloggers who are somewhat famous to me. I’ve been following along to their blogs for a long time, so it is exciting to me to feel like I am apart of them. When I first saw the date I was given, Feb. 17th. I almost asked for a different ... Read More about Special Educator Blog Hop!
I hate to admit it, it's been way too long since my last blog post. The last one was August. That, I think is the longest span I have gone not blogging since I started writing this blog. Looking back over the last few months I can see why! I've been a busy, busy bee! My supervisor came to me in April of last year and asked me if I would be interested in becoming an administrator. Well, to be ... Read More about Thankful for Special Educators!
Did we mention how much we love special educators??! Well just to show you how much, 24 of us have joined together to help you start your new year out with a BOOM! We are beyond excited and even more excited for you! Ok, maybe even just a wee bit jealous! :) These 24 awesome special educators, including me, have put together 5 fabulous giveaways and a freebie hop with over 20 ... Read More about We love SPED Teachers!
Welcome to another bright idea! I am so excited you stopped by my little blog. I hope to share with you some cool websites you may not know about. I call it my 7 Essential Sites for educators! 1. Freecycle – Freecycle lets you post for what materials you have to give away, or post for what you need for your classroom. It’s kind of like virtual ... Read More about 7 Websites Every Educator Should Know About! (A Bright Idea)
A recently had a newly licensed teacher, who obtained her first special education teaching job, ask me for advice as she started her first year. After some thought I wrote down much more advice for her than I thought I had. I decided to make it a post. Below is the contents: So what advice would you give a new teacher? What did I miss? I’d love to hear from you! ... Read More about Advice for First Year Special Education Teachers