Mrs. D's Corner | IEP Coach + Special Ed Teacher
·Hacks and Brilliant Ideas for the Classroom
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How to implement a color coded classroom to stay organized in special ed
How to implement a color coded classroom to stay organized in special ed. Color coding your classroom helps the teacher stay organized, as well as the students. Color coding aides in student independence as well as student transitions. Learn more at Mrs. D's Corner. MDC®.
Special Education Classroom Hacks that Actually Work | Teacher Hacks
Special Education Classroom Hacks that Actually Work | Teacher Hacks. These 17 classroom hacks actually work in special needs classrooms. Tried and true teacher hacks, discovered and tested by special education teachers. These Special Education Classroom hacks will save you money, keep your classroom organization on point, and give you a few more teacher tricks up your sleeve. Learn more at Mrs. D's Corner. MDC®
Love Notes - The Art of Ed
"....When a student proudly brings me a card or drawing, I read it and tell them how wonderful they are, and then direct them to the Cards to Remember book. They add their card or drawing to the binder. I leave the binder on display so other students can look through it." - I MUST do this next year!!!
Small Bites and Movement
Cut a file folder into strips. The shorter the attention span, the smaller you will cut the strips. I cut this one into 3 parts. Students open 1 flap at a time and always begin at the top and work their way down. Students complete the work that they can see when a flap is open.