General Resources

11 Days of Skills for Kids: Tips for Home Education

Build Strong Relationships With Classroom Teams

Planning, boundaries and more. Here are 25 tips for building strong relationships with classroom teams! 

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Create an IEP Your Team Can Be Proud Of

Check out the article published in Blue Umbrella Collective and design an IEP your team can be proud of! 

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IEP Agenda for Teachers

Stay on track with all of the IEP details with this worksheet. 

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Stuff to Do Tracker

Some days keeping track of all of the things on the to-do list can seem overwhelming! Use this resource to keep you on task and meeting your goals.

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Choosing Your Words Cheat Sheet

The words we use can make or break the behavior of the students in our classroom. Use this cheat sheet for best results.

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IEP Goal Developer

Use this IEP Goal Developer Worksheet to help you stay on track when creating new goals and modifying existing ones.  

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Fun Sheet for Teachers

Are you taking the time each week to have some fun? Use this tracker to help you prioritize fun in your life and your classroom.

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End of Week Check In

This is one of the best resources for teachers who want to boost their self-care! Take the time to “check in” at the end of each week and chart how you are feeling, what you need, successes, failures, and more. 

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Alternatives to Punishment

If we know that punishment doesn’t work in the classroom, what does? Here is a short list of 5 alternatives that you can use in the classroom instead of jumping into punishment.

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Reinforcement Survey - Lower Grades

Be consistent when it comes to reinforcement. When you set up a plan, stick to it. If you are inconsistent, it loses its power so make sure you have a plan you can stick with. Use this resource to help!

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Reinforcement Survey - Middle Grades

Make sure you are reinforcing the class enough. There’s no magic amount, but if it isn’t changing behavior, it’s not frequent enough. Use this worksheet to help!

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Reinforcement Survey - Upper Grades

Reinforcing needs to be reinforcing! Make sure you know what the students consider reinforcing and use this worksheet to help!

Download it HERE.

Avoid the Overwhelm - PowerSheet

Back-to-School Season can be a challenge. Don’t let your to-do lists get you down. Use this FREE resource to guide your weeks.

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Writing & Modifying IEP Goals

We’re talking all about writing and modifying IEP goals. You’ll be able to learn about:

  • What IEPs are.
  • How IEP goals are crated.
  • What system to follow when writing IEP goals.
  • Who creates IEP goals?
  • How can we assess our goals to ensure they’re right for our students?
  • Ways to identify if a goal needs modifying.
  • Who can modifying an IEP goal? And what’s the process?
  • IEP goal databases.
  • Measuring – and know what achievement level to set.

Listen HERE.

Smart Strategies to Organize & Manage IEP Paperwork

As teachers, we have tooooons of papers to deal with. And when it comes to IEP paperwork for our students in Special Education, the paperwork load is immense. A lot of this data and paperwork is necessary for supporting our students but can become overwhelming. That’s why it’s important to talk about special education teacher organization strategies that are easy to implement.

Listen HERE.

Writing IEP Goals that Work

IEP goals are the meat of any special education child’s services.  They provide the road map for what the school, his teachers, and the child will be accomplishing as part of the special education programming for the next calendar year.

Watch the Video Interview HERE.

IEP Help for Parents and Teachers

You might be a parent or family member who is looking for help to understand IEPs. Or, a first-year teacher who is struggling to get all the things done. You may be a teacher or education professional who’s looking for some help to ensure your IEP process is the most effective. If you fit any of these – this podcast is the perfect listen for you.

Listen HERE.

Writing & Modifying IEP Goals

It’s safe to say that at one point or another, you are going to dread writing IEP goals (or modifying them). That’s what I’m chatting about on this podcast episode from Teaching Autism and Special Education Podcast.

Actionable Strategies for New Special Education Teachers

Being a new teacher is difficult for everyone, but SPED teachers have a unique set of challenges that most of us gen ed teachers never realize.

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How General Education Teachers Can Support Special Education Teachers

Teachers need all the support they can get! Check out my first interview on the Teachers Need Teachers podcast all about how General Education Teachers can support Special Education Teachers! 

Listen HERE.

Writing & Modifying IEP Goals

Writing (and modifying) IEP Goals comes with the territory of education, but it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Check out this podcast episode for my strategies to help you stay on track and stress free.

Listen HERE.

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