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Exceptional Education

For any special educators. LD;EBD;CD;ETC.. Ideas, talk and more

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Comment by Pamela Willoughby on April 11, 2013 at 2:42pm

Hi!  I teach middle school special education.  I was wondering how you work with kids who can't read when you are supposed to be teaching them grade level content?  Listening comprehension is one thing but what about basic skills?  Do we let these slide?  Any comments?

Comment by Veronica Ware on January 27, 2013 at 7:45pm

Hello Members,

I am a cross-cat teacher and am trying to develop ideas for both push-in and full time classroom setting. My grades are k-6 in one classroom. It gets challenging teaching such a large gap group at the same idea. Any ideas? Right  now, I use small group, guided reading, and center activities while I work with the other grades. But, the social setting can become challenging. 

Comment by Dennis C. Maestrado on January 27, 2013 at 5:43am

Good day! I'm a new SPED teacher handling children with autism, I would love to know more about how to manage their behaviors, your sharings would be of much help....THANKS!!

Comment by Julie Kay Duncan on January 27, 2012 at 7:31am

Hey Brittany,

I have taught special ed. for 11 years, mainly with the severe to profound population. My best advice is to be flexible. No two days in my class are the same. You need to always have a plan "B". Keep your expectations high for your students. And....HAVE FUN!


Comment by Daniel Baker on October 4, 2011 at 12:48am
IEP4U.COM has over 4000  Goals and Objectives (IEP-ITP) each with changeable benchmarks. The Idea Statements are spread out over seven subjects (Domains) an... Teachers, parents and students can now access objectives directly from this Web Site. Input key words, phrases, or test names in the search engine to find just the correct objectives for your students needs. Copy and paste any information you want, then modify the objectives (examples) to exactly describe the needs of your students. The kid section will give your students personal input to write their own objectives (with your help) and to play some interesting games as well.

This information is is designed to help you with the daunting task of writing proper IEP's  The data within this web site was written to correlate with the unique characteristics of various formal assessments. Since assessment is essential for the development of the IEP, specific questions were evaluated and idea statements written based upon those questions. Searching the data for idea statements by assessment will enable teachers to plan lessons or web quests based upon how the student scored on the assessment.

Students can pick their own IEP using Pictures!
Comment by Katharine McIntosh on June 16, 2010 at 10:11am
I am a severe needs teacher and I am looking and one of my students is working on the life skill of filling out forms....any suggestions on where to find appropriate forms?

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