A student’s IEP is often their lifeline to academic, social, and emotional success. Incorporating assistive technology into this plan helps to strengthen that lifeline. Writing good goals will help evaluate progress and effectiveness objectively.
Children with autism have specific sensory issues, that need to be addressed in order to help them learn. Here’s how you can create sensory integration IEP goals that are defined in terms of time, number or results.
Find out about the various types of scissors, and arm yourself with some ideas to help children in preschool learn to use scissors. Also, check out the preschool scissors activities to help them practice their scissor skills.
Are you a school counselor who needs some ideas on how to support special education students? Here is some insight on what issues students with special needs face at school, and how you can support them.
This article provides a sample circle time schedule that can be used in a classroom, playschool or special education set up. It’s especially important to stick to a consistent routine when teaching students with Autism.
Here is a collection of activities, games and ideas for teaching developmentally disabled directions. Use these at home or in your classroom to teach and reinforce the concepts of North, South, East and West.