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Elapsed Time: Word Problems to Solve on a Number LIne
Classroom organization is a must when working with special education students. This teacher binder is a great resource for special education teachers and inclusion teachers.
Editing Checklist by Adventures in Inclusion | Teachers Pay Teachers
Inclusion/Co-Teaching Binder (Notes & Scribbles)
Inclusion Teaching/Special Education - Co-teaching has so many perks! I LOVE seeing my students achieve their goals, while in the regular classroom setting. However, there's stress of not being in my classroom and not having everything I needed at my reach. I have created a binder that has saved me from running from the inclusion classroom to my classroom about 5 times a day. This has also played a tremendous part in regular education teacher/special education teacher collaboration.
Properties of Powers Cheat Sheets/Reference Sheets with samples and instructions
Properties of Powers Cheat Sheets - with... by Adventures in Inclusion | Teachers Pay Teachers
SPED Inclusion Documentation Forms
With being a special education teacher… or any teacher at this point in time… we know how important it is to document every. single. thing. that happens for each of our students. While …
Free Checklist! 10 changes teachers can make to facilitate inclusion!
Lesson plan template for special education inclusion teachers
LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION INCLUSION TEACHERS…
Laws of Exponents Flip Book
Math has SO many rules for different topics. Sometimes it's hard for students to remember them all! Especially when it comes to math skills they don't use on a daily basis, such as exponents. I created "Laws of Exponents Flip Book" to help reduce the agony my learning support students were developing, while working with exponents. Also, being the special education inclusion teacher in the classroom, the regular education students thanked me for creating this as well! I made with the…
A presentation and poster explaining what inclusion is/should be in the classroom or school environment. This is full of simplified statements and could be expanded upon for awareness or staff training purposes.