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Part 2 of the Series: Self-Contained Schedules In this episode, which is Part 2 of the Self-Contained Schedule Series, I am excited to really go deep on how to set up a small group rotation schedule in your self-contained special…
Part 1 of the Series: Self-Contained Schedules This episode is the first in a series all about schedules. Lisa Goodell gives eight tips to help you create a daily schedule for your self-contained special ed classroom. She discusses how to…
Listen in as we talk about data collection tips and tricks in a self-contained special ed classroom, including behavior and progress monitoring for IEP goals. The episode also includes a teacher appreciation freebie and teacher burnout advice.
Learn about different ways you can develop good communication with parents of your special ed students who are verbal or nonverbal. Petra Ablaza from Sailing the Spectrum shares her journey as a teacher and special needs mom. She has been on both sides of teacher-parent communication. Get more tools to improve your own parent communication by listening to this episode of the Help for Special Educators podcast, hosted by Lisa Goodell. #parentcommunication #helpforspecialeducatorspodcast
Lisa Goodell interviews Cassie Leuttenegger, a behavior support specialist, about how she supports students on behavior plans including functional behavior assessments, teacher collaboration, data collection, and trauma-informed care.
Dawn Ellis shares how she developed a school garden that is inclusive for her students with physical disabilities. She gives 6 steps to building your own inclusive school garden.
Nikki Robertson talks about her autism classroom and special ed system in Wales. Schedules, curriculum, transportation, and outreach teams which support mainstream teachers are discussed.
Ashley Lutz shares tips for creating your own curriculum, errorless learning, adaptive music and self-care.
I have a conversation with Tiffany Manha, a speech teacher, and autism mom, about how she started an Autism Family Support Group in our town about 8 years ago, which is treated like being invited to a birthday party!!