Distance learning and classroom learning are very different in the special education world! Accommodating, modifying, reteaching, etc. These are all things that don't have the same outcome when I attempt to duplicate the process over the internet or through packets. We are learning together, and thankfully, my students have some very involved and supportive parents! I can't wait to get back in my classroom where everything is familiar and second nature! I'm all for learning new things and trying new technology, but I just prefer to perfect it before rolling it out to the students!
Boy has this process been out of our comfort zones!
There's nothing better than watching a good lesson idea come together in the classroom. Seriously. Best feeling ever! I love coming up with new, fun, engaging, creative ideas for my students that address the state standards and are on their level.
But, let's be honest...there is only enough time to do that once in a while!
I'm asking for a Teachers Pay Teachers gift certificate. Teachers Pay Teachers is an online platform that allows teachers to create lessons and sell them to our peers. Seriously, if you haven't seen it, it's worth your time to peruse around the site! It's really neat! I've sold a few things on there and even made a few dollars. However, I usually spend hundreds of dollars on the site each year. I've gotten some really great materials that truly fit the unique needs of my students from this site. The best part is that it frees up some time so I can focus on other aspects of my job. These gift certificates are the most helpful gifts that any teacher can get!
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