Math can be a tricky subject for students, and also Learning Support teachers. I wrote this post to share what I do to support teachers and students in a push-in and pull-out environment for math. … More Math Support: Notes from a Learning Support Teacher
There can be a struggle with some families to find out what is causing their child to have challenges. This memoir explores one woman’s journey to find the cause of her son’s language difficulties. … More Like Sound Through Water – Book Review
If you are only doing the One Teach, One Assist model of co-teaching or push-in support you need to level up and try to implement the other models as much as possible. This post and video give an overview of how to do the other models and examples from my current practice. … More Engaging all Learners Through Push-in Support
For those wondering how they can use PowerSchool or another student information system to help their Learning Support/Special Needs endeavors, here are a few ways I use it that help. … More PowerSchool for Learning Support
Standardized testing in schools is a hotly debated topic. This article explores the reasons for standardized testing from a Special Educator’s perspective. … More Is Standardized Testing Really that Bad? A Special Educator’s Perspective
Sometimes parents needs some help, but who is going to help them? Sometimes Special Education teachers and case managers can be the ones to help build parenting best practices. … More Teachers Teaching Parents to Parent: Is there a place for teachers to guide parents in best practices?
If you ever wondered about consequences for student behavior and effort, and our role as teachers, and how we connect to the home, this post is for you. … More Consequences….Shifting the way we Frame Them