SPED educators often must teach foundational skills to students who are older. But how can they ensure that lessons and activities are meaningful and age respectful — but still appropriate for their students’ developmental level? Here are some suggestions from special education experts in the TpT community.
Learn how click counters enable Sasha of The Autism Helper to more easily and accurately collect data.
Some of my students are mostly nonverbal and can pretty much do the grade-level curriculum with some differentiation and modifications. These are the students who can read, but have difficulty showing what they know. They NEED visual answer choices and visuals all around in order to access the grade level curriculum. I knew these students could be successful in a general education classroom for short periods of time.
In this resource round-up, we’re starting a new series called “Supporting All Students,” where we’ll be compiling resources that aim to support a variety of student needs. We’re featuring Comprehension Assessments, Social-Emotional Awareness Freebies, Special Education Resource Manuals, Writing Resources, and more.
Meet Shoshana Rubin, a high school special ed teacher, who is focused on creating engaging, age-appropriate learning experiences for her students…