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Get Organized for the New Year: How to be Efficient and Stay on Top of Classroom Materials

I love organization. I love boxes, binders, file folders, plastic baggies, planners.. if it helps me stay organized and less stressed – I’m totally in. Our days are VERY fast paced and there is not a lot of down time or prep time, so I have learned several different ways to keep myself from being…

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Special Educator’s Everything Binder {Set Up Video!}

My days are super busy. Like – don’t pee until 5 PM but I’ve had about 8 cups of coffee to keep going – BUSY! I don’t have time to be unorganized. It is not an option! Throughout my short {4 year} teaching career, I’ve created several forms here and there that have helped me…

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The Special Educator’s Everything Binder

NOW AVAILABLE ON TPT! It’s never too early to get organized for the fall!

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Be Proactive: Getting to know your students {before you actually meet them}

When you are first hired as a special ed teacher at a school, whether it is at the beginning of the school year or the day before school starts, there are so many logistical things that are necessary to do to ensure you have a successful school year. Since I have my multi-categorical sped certification…

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Be Proactive: 10 ways to use Google Docs to collect and store data!

As I mentioned on my post here, Google Drive is a beautiful thing for special educators and regular ed teachers alike! If you need some help setting it up, check out this post. For those of us that are blessed to have Ipads, it gets even better. Google Drive has its own app to download…

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Be Proactive: Using Google Docs to Collect Data for IEP Goals!

As most of you know and maybe some of you are about to find out very soon, special educators have a daunting amount of paperwork to go along with all the other tasks we do on a daily basis. This paperwork is very important, tedious, and requires so so so much time that sometimes we…

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