Differentiation Ideas & Resources (comment with a link to your Pinterest if you would like to pin to that board also!), I was even more motivated to get something going on my blog. So here it is.. every Sunday, it will be all things special ed!
Before I proceed, I want to give credit where credit is due. The beautiful graphics you see above come from Ellie over at See Ellie Blog. She creates such gorgeous designs, plus she has 2 adorable sons with Autism... so who better to get graphics from than her for this post?! You can read about her and her sons here. And make sure you check out her graphics! (You can also visit Ellie Lash Designs).
Okay, so for my 1st edition (drum roll please... jk!), I want to share with you my Top 5 necessary items in my resource classroom. I've seen some lists on Pinterest & thought it would be a great idea to share my own! So here it goes (in no particular order):
ClassDojo - I've said it many times before & I'll say it again, ClassDojo has been a lifesaver when it comes to Behavior Plans and rewards! (Plus, it's up on the SmartBoard 85% off the time, hence why the SmartBoard is important!) You can read about my love of ClassDojo here!
here and read about my Student Info binder here!
That's all for today's Special Needs Sunday post! Be on the lookout each Sunday for my newest special needs post! (I'm thinking about turning this into a Linky Party each week, so you all can link up & share your special education resources. Thoughts?? Both special ed. and general ed teachers (and OTs, PTs, Speech Teachers, parents, etc.) would be welcome to link up & share what they use for special needs students! It would be an "inclusive" Linky Party.. get it? lol. Tell me what you think!)
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