We are going on week two for school, really only day three come Monday and teachers have to hit the ground running teaching students how to follow rules, procedures and schedules then add the curriculum content and all the mandatory pre-testing, benchmark testing and assessing required. I teach high school and am completely outnumbered and … Continue reading Back to School: What to do when the Going Gets Tough
Heading back to school this month?! Florida schools are. When school starts, I feel that there is a lot of stress surrounding the event. When you are starting a new school or even moving up a grade to a new teacher kids can be nervous, excited, scared or disinterested. I started thinking about this topic … Continue reading Tips to Transition Back to School
Does the teacher complain about your special needs child's behavior? Stories and advice on what to do when problems arise at school. We have had our share of terrible stories about school and sadly everyone has a story or knows someone with a story. My son was pretty much non-verbal in preschool. This seemed to … Continue reading does the teacher complain about ..?
Part 1 of a never-ending story! Some of the ways that schools fail special needs children: communication, training, allowing good teachers to teach, involving parents, doing the right thing, honesty, paying professionals with special education what they are worth, testing, lack of outside time, class size, providing resources to help parents at home … Continue reading How schools fail special needs children