[ad_1] In this full day workshop, we will explore methods to increase vocabulary, literacy skills, independence, and communication skills in your preschool students! The day begins with an in-depth look at the importance of building vocabulary for all preschoolers. Increased vocabulary will lead to more advanced reading skills in early elementary and overall school achievement.…

[ad_1] Today I am talking all about how you can do a distance learning morning meeting. I know so many of you are struggling right now with distance learning, and I’m trying to offer you as many helpful blog posts as possible right now to make this a little easier for you. Morning meeting has…

[ad_1] This school year is going by so fast. And before you know it, you’ll be having that chance to order some new supplies for your classroom for the new year. Or, maybe you’ll be starting your first every year in special education! Which is why today I decided to share my top special education…

Dr. Mary Barbera talks about autism and lack of eye contact, and whether it’s a good idea to start teaching eye contact to autism children. Sign up for a free workshop to start turning autism around: https://bit.ly/2Jkm7OP Subscribe to get more insightful videos about #autism and related topics at: https://goo.gl/cGSdxX There are a surprising number…

[ad_1] For children with autism, making healthy eating choices can be difficult. Children with ASD are five times more likely to have challenges with meals than their peers. It is common for them to have repetitive, ritualistic habits, which can affect eating. Children with ASD may have especially strong likes and dislikes to certain foods,…

[ad_1] “What should my special ed classroom schedule look like? Do you have an example of yours?” I can’t begin to tell you how often I get sent that through my email and social media messages. It’s more than 3 times a day on average, I would guess. I usually try to reply to as…