Do you have students that struggle with completing their work? Do you have students who struggle with asking for help on tasks? Do you have students who struggle with playing with other students? Self-monitoring is the best tool I have found that helps improve students behavior while also help keeping students accountable for their own behavior. Self monitoring is good to ... Read More about Tips for an Effective Self Monitoring Plan
Using Praise to Increase Positive Behavior
Have you ever tried to complete a new skill but struggled immensely? I have, and I absolutely hated the experience of not being able to do something that I wanted to learn to do. I’ve felt this way a few times throughout my life, but no more so than in my 9th grade home economics class. Our teacher was giving us a lesson on how to sew. We practiced a few things, then we were ... Read More about Using Praise to Increase Positive Behavior
Joy, Anger, Disgust, Fear, & Sadness: How to Teach Self-Regulation
My first year teaching I took my students on a field trip to the zoo. We spent weeks preparing for the trip. Each student picked an animal and researched that animal within their limitations. We also watched videos from our local zoo and completed several social stories on going on field trips, and visiting the zoo. We took our trip and made it about 3/4ths of our time there, when in the ... Read More about Joy, Anger, Disgust, Fear, & Sadness: How to Teach Self-Regulation
Christmas IEP’s for SPED Teachers?!
As special education teachers we live and breathe IEP’s. What areas of need does Johnny have? How can we help bridge that gap? What skills would be most beneficial for him to learn? Then we collect our data, Every. Single. Day. In the spirit of Christmas and IEP’s I thought I would mix the two and have a little fun with it! I present to you- Every Special Ed Teacher’s IEP goals for the ... Read More about Christmas IEP’s for SPED Teachers?!
Executive Functioning: What IS It, and How to Improve it!
I got a chance to go to OCALICON this past week. If you don’t know what OCALICON is, well, let me fill you in. OCALI is the Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence, and each year for the past 10 years they have held a conference. The conference is three days long and filled with amazing leaders in autism, behavior management, and all sorts of special education best practices and more! If you are ... Read More about Executive Functioning: What IS It, and How to Improve it!
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