Rotation Stations: Differentiating Instruction to Reach All Students

Rotation Stations is a blending learning model that has been implemented in elementary classrooms for developed by UDL (Universal Design for Learning). Rotations Stations looks a little different in every classroom. So lets take a look on how we utilize Rotation Stations in our classroom. The Basics In our classroom there are a series of … Continue reading Rotation Stations: Differentiating Instruction to Reach All Students

Data Collection And Assessments: The Method Behind the Madness

Data drives everything. Instruction, interventions, behavior management, and classroom procedures are all based on data. Data provides a base and allows one to develop appropriate goals. There are many different forms and tools for data collection. There are standardized, non-standardized, and teacher created it. There are also different types of measurement. Lets take a more … Continue reading Data Collection And Assessments: The Method Behind the Madness

Flip Visual Schedule Review (Teach.Love. Autism)

In our classroom we have one main schedule board. Tabs are flipped when they are completed. However, for some kiddos this is not enough. Many student benefit from a personalized visual schedule. There endless amount of options for visual schedules. However, my students range from 3- 5 years old. They need something tangible yet functional. … Continue reading Flip Visual Schedule Review (Teach.Love. Autism)

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) at Home: Why is it so important?

AAC does not stop at the end of the school day. It NEEDS to be generalized across all settings. This doesn't just entail private therapies but also in your home and community! Every time you are asking a question, talking about an event, or addressing a child that uses AAC you NEED to be implementing … Continue reading Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) at Home: Why is it so important?