Special Ed Teacher
Table Time is the way we start our school day! It's engaging, predictable, and successful. Students love Table Time because they are playing, working, and having fun. Teachers love Table Time because they can easily plan activities which set the tone for the entire day. Read the Ultimate Guide to Table Time to find out how I use collections of ideas in my preschool classroom.
This resource includes data sheets that can be printed on to 3x3 sticky notes. This resource is great for use in the special education classroom, where often many different types of data systems are utilized. Having these data sheets printed on sticky notes allows for quick, easy access when working with multiple students or across multiple settings.
In Student led IEP meetings, the spotlight is on the most important person in the process: the student. Enter: Student Led IEP Meeting Toolkit. The only resource you need to get your students more involved in their learning and show the IEP Team (and most importantly the parents!) how much progress the child has made. Blog post at Mrs. D's Corner.
Example of a PLAAFP template to help outline the critical elements needed in a rock star PLAAFP statement. However, don't forget the IEP is all about individualization so there will never be a one size fits all strategy to writing PLAAFP statements. Catherine Wilson