he goes to OT. Make sure to review his ETR and IEP and follow it to the letter
because IDEA says that he needs to be in his
LRE.” and you understand that!
NOT okay to lick your friend!” Or “Do NOT eat the fuzzies off of the gym mat!”
friends, kids, spouse, you name it, you’ve tried to take data on it.
place” (aka your desk drawer, under the false bottom, so no one can find
your family’s bad behavior.
time trying to figure out how to use positive reinforcement to get your family
to complete their household chores.
eyes closed, hands behind your back, while standing on one foot.
can write IEP’s, deal
with parents, collaborate with general education teachers, relate accommodations to specials teacher,
communicate regularly with related services, and tailor lessons to individual
students in a single day!
You’re a busy person. Going to the bathroom takes some time and some days you
just don’t have time for that.
You love your students and are excited to watch them grow, learn, and make
progress. Sometimes the progress is as little as
being able to say hi to a friend at recess, other times it’s as huge as helping
your 3rd grader finally read!