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Teaching Special Students: Strategy and A Snack

With a new year I am excited to say that I have a new job that I am overly thrilled about. Just waiting to sign the contract to make it “official”. My good bloggy friend Mrs. Dixon is having a linky part to share strategies and a recipe this weekend

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Making Connections Everyday: Thomas

A few years back I had the privilege of being an instructional aide for a 6 year old who was blind, deaf and autistic. Thomas was a delight not only in my everyday at work but has taught me so many things about myself. You may be wondering, how did

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Quick Snips- Easy Basic Skills Mastery

Last week in the midst of proctoring state testing, I came up with an idea to help monitor basic skills for my students. I couldn’t wait to get home and have time to hash it out so that I could see how it would all work. Knowing that my students

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Work Stations Work!

Many of you know that I began teaching Resource Math this year for the first time along with my 7th grade math and Newspaper classes. I am absolutely head over heels in love with these two classes that I have. My 7th Grade Resource Math has a total of 10

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