Hosted by Lisa Goodell
Welcome to the Help for Special Educators Podcast! Special Education is a tough job… it can be overwhelming when you are new and have to figure out how to run an IEP meeting, communicate effectively with parents and other teachers, collect data, etc. However, there is help for special educators here! My goal is to help special ed teachers with time-saving solutions and also to bring the global special education community together. (Last time I checked, the podcast has been heard in over 65 countries, reaching people on every continent!)
Each episode deals with topics of interest to special educators, however, I’ve heard that general ed teachers have enjoyed it, too. You will get great ideas for what to teach/lesson planning, behavior issues, scheduling, room setup, and more.
Scroll down to listen to an episode. Keep scrolling to link to the show notes for all episodes.
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Disclaimer: The views expressed, and resources/links provided on this podcast are that of each guest and do not always represent the views of this podcast or the host. In addition, each listener is encouraged to research all strategies, lessons, curriculum, etc. before using them with students to be sure they are in line with their beliefs, their school district policies, etc.
Tap the white/green arrow to play the most recent episode. To listen to a different episode, just click on a different title in the audio player or scroll down on the right for older episodes. To find all Show Notes, scroll down past the audio player until you see the chart which has all episodes listed by number.
Links to Show Notes for Each Episode
Help for Special Educators Podcast Host: Lisa Goodell
Lisa Goodell, M.A., launched the “Help for Special Educators” Podcast on April 1, 2019. She has taught for over 25 years, including third grade, resource/inclusion (RSP), and mild/moderate self-contained (SDC). Currently, she is an itinerant orthopedic impairment (OI) specialist/teacher for students birth to 21 years old in all general ed and special ed settings.
Lisa has a master’s degree in special education and six special ed and general ed teaching credentials. She has been honored as “Teacher of the Year” at both the elementary (2014) and secondary levels (1994). She lives in rural Central California with her family and a bunch of cats. Connect with Lisa here.
Check out her TeachersPayTeachers store, “Lisa Goodell.” You can also get more information by listening to the beginning of Episode 1.
Podcast Listening O
You can, of course, listen to the podcast right on this page, but you can also listen to it on the following podcast platforms and/or phone apps:
- I believe it is also possible to listen on an Amazon Alexa or Apple Home Pod smartphone speaker. However, I don’t have one to test it out.