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Overwhelmed with how to set up your special education classroom? Confused with teaching small groups? How will you work with your paraprofessional and other service providers? In this podcast, you will find strategies for a quick classroom setup, a plan to teach small groups, and tips on how to coordinate the support staff. My mission is to supply new teachers with strategies through self-growth, classroom organization, and community building. If you are ready to finally know where to begin ...
 
Is it equal for Special Education Students? … Special education from the student point of view. I was in special education in elementary school and middle school, and experienced the consequences of it in high school and beyond. … I'm David Potter. I Survived Special Education: Not A Joke. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/notajoke/support
 
This podcast speaks about the issues and the following factors of Special Education in the classrooms and students needs and the differences that lie in funding, training, and resources in different regional school districts comparing Pico Rivera District from Arnold O. Beckman High School in Tustin District. Brenda A. & Ali P. interviewed three special aide and teacher specialists who have had professional training and experience of directing special ed autistic students and those with phys ...
 
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Hey Friend, Now you’re finally in your brand new special ed classroom, do you know where to start? What do you add to your classroom walls? What kind of decoration do you put up? Today you will learn 6 essential items that you need to put up on your classroom walls NOW! All items are a must-have to create a calm learning environment. Not only will …
 
Hi Friend, Did you know that learning goes on after earning your teaching credential, Masters degree, and Doctorate degree? When becoming an educator in special education or any teaching field you are now a life-long learner? In today’s episode you will learn 3 reasons for expanding your self-growth and why you should never stop learning. Some lear…
 
Confidence is so important to a child’s future happiness, health, and success. Confident children are likely to be better equipped to deal with peer pressure, responsibility, frustrations, challenges, and both positive and negative emotions. This episode of SENsational explores the key factors in developing a child’s confidence, strategies to build…
 
Hi Friend, Are you not sure how to work with your paraprofessional? Do you want to work better as a team? Feeling overwhelmed and don’t know how your paraprofessional can help? In today’s episode, I have my very first guest, Jackie Rodriguez! Jackie worked with me as a paraprofessional about 4 years ago, and today we will be sharing our 5 tips to w…
 
Hey Friend, Are you moving into your new special ed classroom? Or moved into a new classroom? Overwhelmed and not sure what to do first? Today you will learn 6 tips to get your special education classroom environment set up quickly. Just simply adding certain areas and the placement of furniture will make the biggest difference in the flow and stru…
 
Hey Friend, Are you searching for someone that knows exactly what you’re going through? Someone that has been in your shoes and understands how overwhelming it is with becoming a new special education teacher? Today in this podcast, I share with you my own personal journey and experience getting into the world of special education. A glimpse of the…
 
Hi Friend, Are you overwhelmed with how to set up your special ed. classroom? Confused with teaching small groups? How will you work with your paraprofessionals and other service providers? Hey friends & welcome to ‘Stepping Into Special Education’! I’m Michelle Vazquez. A wife, mommy, and special education teacher. In this podcast, my mission is t…
 
The Role of Friendship with Autism Making friends or developing a social circle can present it’s challenges for children and young people with ASD. Every child is different and for some the importance of having friends might be a key element to their happiness, and for others the anxiety of being involved in that social position or as part of a gro…
 
The impact of Covid-19 on neurodiverse children and young people For this episode we are joined by podcast regular Emma Weaver, who is the Director of the Early Years Service for the ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity. During our discussions we focus on the social changes and challenges faced by many children during this period, as well as the …
 
Three of our deputy head teachers join us to share their career journeys. In this episode, we hear about the people that have contributed to their success, what good teamwork looks like for them and how they nurture talent. Filled with top tips and an insight into their roles, we're thrilled to be joined by Danny from Cumberland school in Greater M…
 
Supporting your anxious child In the last three years, the likelihood of young people having a mental health problem has increased by 50%. This episode explores anxiety in children, the key signs to look out for, and where to go for help plus strategies parents and carers can put in place to prevent anxiety in children. We are delighted to welcome …
 
Supporting neurodiverse children and young people to make friends Join us for an episode that looks at some of the challenges that neurodiverse children may face when it comes to building a friendship group. During the session we discuss developing friends through shared interests, building resilience when it doesn't go to plan, what makes a good f…
 
Creating Autism Friendly Classrooms Join us for a special episode of SENsational, which has been dedicated to offering advice and support to SEN Co-ordinators and teaching professionals working with neurodiverse children and young people. On the podcast we are joined by our friend Anne-Marie Harrison from Ideas Afresh Education who guides us throug…
 
Supporting social tolerance for socially sensitive kids Join us for an episode that focuses on neurodiverse children and young people's social sensitivities and the impact that it can have on their home, school and social lives. During the episode we aim to develop further understanding of this topic by looking at practical strategies to help gentl…
 
A guide through the Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) process. On the podcast we are joined by Melanie Adams, Partnership Manager for Witherslack Group. Throughout her career Mel has developed a vast knowledge of the EHCP process, supported many families and experienced of the highs and lows that the process can bring. By joining us for this e…
 
Did you know studies show that incorporating games in your classroom increases overall motivation? Learn about the best games to incorporate into your classroom, and the many benefits of incorporating games into your classroom such as: Concentration Skills Problem Solving Skills Reduces Impulsivity Strategizing Skills…
 
Trailer Season 2. Is it equal for Special Education Students? Is it equal for disabled adults? Is the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act working as intended? It it preparing disabled students for further education, employment and independent living? Transition Services are offered to special education students at age 16 to prepare for life…
 
Managing changing routines and special occasions On the podcast we are joined by Elaine Buckton, Senior Therapist for Witherslack Group Clinical Services, who offers lots of practical advice that can be used not only during the Christmas season but for any special occasion in the future. During the session we chat about communication, planning for …
 
A podcast discussion between Dan Flanagan, Deputy Head Teacher at Bridgeway School in Preston and David Phillips, Head Teacher at Chilwell School in Nottingham, which puts a focus on Blended Learning. During the podcast Dan and David discuss, different styles of Blended Learning, how to successfully implement, supporting staff with new ways of work…
 
Managing sibling relationships This episode we are joined by Emma Weaver, Director of the Early Years Service for the ADHD Foundation and Samantha Owens who is a parent, Neurodiversity Advocate and works for the Home Office representing Diversity, Inclusion and Wellbeing. The 40 minute session covers topics such as, helping a child to understand th…
 
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