It’s hard to know what the autism classroom setup must have are but, I’ve got you! It is super overwhelming trying to determine what the necessary components are of a great autism classroom. Never fear, I’m a seasoned pro at setting up an autism classroom! I can help cut through the noise and share my top 5 MUSTS for your… Read More
Worksheets, task boxes, file folders – there are SO many simple ways to engage our students in learning! One I often forget about? The tried and true FLASH CARD! Using flashcards to teach fluency is an easy thing to do! Flash cards can be so useful for our student population because they’re always visual, and can help focus on fluency!… Read More
If you think about it, our classrooms are like a petri dish. It’s almost impossible to avoid getting sick. There are multiple kids in our classrooms. That’s multiple drippy noses, double the dirty hands, and countless things that we all touch. I’ve seen an experiment with bread where you wipe the it on your phone, computer mouse, and hand to… Read More
There is a ton of information out there about using a visual schedule in the classroom. It doesn’t even have to just be for special education. If you are debating on using a visual schedule in your classroom at all hopefully you can get more information about them in the posts I have written here. How do you keep track… Read More
I wanted to do this post because I feel like there are a lot of teachers out there that want to implement a work task system into their classroom but have NO idea where to start.
This is the second part to a previous blog post that you can find here. I suggest reading that blog first before going through this but, if you feel like a champion read on! I also want to preface in this blog that the procedures I am going to go over were ones that I had learned through reading the… Read More