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Dry Erase Jenga – A write and wipe game to practice MANY skills in the classroom

Students and teachers LOVE the idea of an engaging, classic game that we all enjoy to practice skills.  This quick weekend or evening project will give you a reusable center or reinforcement idea that is versatile and long lasting! Dry erase Jenga (wood tower game) is the PERFECT way to engage students in practicing math Read More

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Increase Growth with Student Led IEP Meetings

Student led IEP meetings can be scary to think about.  There is already enough stress around the IEP meeting itself.  There’s planning, data collection, parent concerns, input from an entire team of people… It seems that there wouldn’t be more time to prepare and plan for the student to take a more active role. (For Read More

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Student Led Conferences: Tips, Tricks, and Templates

Student led conferences were beneficial to my classroom because they helped me to prepare for conferences a little earlier, empowered my students, and taught them life skills. The benefits for students are increased: self advocacy self reliance self awareness responsibility for grades and classroom behaviors ability to present information to others Teachers often deal with Read More

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Public School To Homeschool: Rethinking Education

Mother’s Guilt Education is the most important thing to me. As a parent, it’s important to me that my children understand the importance and value of education. Education is the only thing that no one can take from you. I’ve really been questioning my decision to homeschool. I’m not sure if I’m made out for Read More