Discovering a passion for Special Education early in my career, I never gained experience in nor desired to have a "mainstream" class of my own - not yet anyway. In my current position I focus on behaviour needs and have the opportunity to visit many different classrooms outside of Special Education settings - many being... Continue Reading →
What Are You Working For?
In a Special Education setting, behaviours must be taught, practiced and reinforced in order to maintain and generalize skills for different environments outside of your classroom. Keep it simple and expand when necessary, starting with these tips. 1. Establish a set of rules. Provide a visual of the rule you want your student to follow. Simple picture communication symbols are... Continue Reading →