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{Special Education Organizational Materials} Contents: 23 PDF forms including~ Graphic Organizers for Program Design Data Sheet for Student I...
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RTI Math Assessment Progress Monitoring: Pre and Post-test for basic addition, subtraction, money, time and place value. Also includes assessment...
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{Pattern & Sequence Task Cards} By: Shannon Henderson 36 Pattern & Sequence Task Cards Featuring pictures, shapes, numbers and letters Answer...
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Personal Narrative Graphic Organizer by The Teacher's Work Room Characters, Setting, Event, Problem & Solution Events 1-3 with area to writ...
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Beginning of the Year Assessment of Math Skills {26 page PDF file} Table of Contents: Quickly a...
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Progress Monitoring Assessment for Writing is a tool to aid in data collection of student progress in writing. It is valuable in determining futu...
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{PDF} Download Math Skills Checklist is a tool to aid in data collection of student progress and to help teachers to monitor student progress qu...
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Behavior Management: The Clipchart 8 Page PDF How it works... You will need a clothespin with every student's name on it. Print and laminate ...
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{PDF File} Writing Skills Checklist is a tool to aid in data collection of student progress and to help teachers to monitor student progress qua...
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CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.5.5a Interpret figurative language, including similes and metaphors, in context. This is a book that I wrote when I could not...
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{Monster Themed} This set includes 30 task cards in multiple choice format, covering a range of 3rd Grade Common Core Objectives including~ *m...
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Hands on! Division is designed to provide hands-on practice with manipulatives for students learning the fundamentals of division. It will help...
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{Fluency Bookmarks} These bookmarks are designed to remind students to use taught fluency concepts. They read: Fluency-- *Practice, Practice...
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{Anchor Chart Materials} {Worksheets} Action verbs, helping verbs, linking verbs, OH MY! The download includes all the graphics needed to ma...
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Personal Narrative Graphic Organizer by The Teacher's Work Room Characters, Setting, Event, Problem & Solution Events 1-3 with area to writ...
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{Math Review Workbook by The Teacher's Work Room} Contains: 136 addition problems 101 subtraction problems 44 time problems w/graphics 26 money p...
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Dear Teachers, “Using Arrays to Teach Partial Product Multiplication” {4NBT.5 Common Core aligned} is a zip file with multiple worksheets to...
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(CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.3.2 Determine the main idea of a text; recount the key details and explain how they support the main idea.) 2 Mini Lessons ...
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{A Teacher's guide to Fluency Instruction:Part I: Teaching Students to Read with Expression and Feeling} Lesson Plans designed to work with a ...
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This twenty page PDF download includes the following 20 writing center labels: Writing Center Poster pencils pens colored pencil dictionary the...
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Xaviera S.
I purchased your hands on division pack. I love it...but I just had an idea would it be possible to create matching cards for the pictures with mathematical equations? So that all have a pair? There are eight cats and four people so each person gets two cats 8/4=2...
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Buyer re: Beginning of the Year Assessment of Math Skills
Great product! Very glad I purchased. I noticed your score sheet has coins and time. These were not in my printed copy. Do you use alternate pages to access these 2 skills?

Thank You,
Meghan
August 29, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

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Buyer re: Read 180 Workshop Writing Journal
I am a brand new Read 180 teacher. I am teaching 7th grade. Do you have one of these that can be edited? I LOVE this and especially love that each one correlates with the unit! You did an excellent job! I would love to create or change one for the units we will use. Thank you so much! :)
August 4, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
Classy Gal Designs and Publishing
In this product I did not use my own clip art, therefore I am subject to the terms of use by the clip art creators. I can't send the files in an format that is not secure (such as the Publisher file they were created in). Thank you so much for your compliment! I think you will enjoy teaching Read 180, it's a great program!
~Shannon
August 5, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

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Sandra M. re: A Special Education Teacher's Survival Guide
Hello,

I just purchased your Special Education Teacher's Survival Guide-is it possible to send it to me in a pdf file? I tried to download a zip file so I could view/print and its not really working. Please let me know.
Sandi
July 22, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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I sure could! Please send an e-mail theteachersworkroom@yahoo.com and I will attach the PDF in the reply. I will be looking for your e-mail. :)
~Shannon
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Linda Nelson  (TpT Seller) re: Figurative Language Story and Mini Lessons L.5.5a
Thanks for adding this activity to the Avalanche of Snow Ideas linky party. Have a wonderful new year!

Linda Nelson
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Meghan S. re: A Special Education Teacher's Survival Guide
Hi, I saw in a previous answer that you were working on an editable version... I love the look of your guide, but I prefer to type versus write in information on students' forms. Do you have an editable version of the guide/When will it be available?
Thanks so much!
December 15, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
Classy Gal Designs and Publishing
Hello!
Today I uploaded the original 126 page PDF and 23 forms (also PDF) with editable fields. It is a ZIP file due to the size!
Have a great week!
December 16, 2012 Report inappropriate comment

Ann Owen
Ann Owen  (TpT Seller) re: Behavior Management Classroom Rules and Expectations by Shannon Henderson
Where did you get the graphics you used? Love the colors!
October 14, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
Classy Gal Designs and Publishing
My little birds came from clip art I collected on public domain clip art sites. Backgrounds, colored lettering and borders were created in publisher (back when I had the time over summer vacation!)
October 15, 2012 Report inappropriate comment

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Buyer re: A Special Education Teacher's Survival Guide
Hello! I just purchased and love "A Special Education Teacher's Survival Guide". This is my first year teaching and I am trying to develop an organization system that will work for me and my school requirements. Would it be possible to receive a blank PDF with just the border to make some school and district specific covers?

Thanks so much,
Kerrie
September 27, 2012 Report inappropriate comment

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Buyer re: A Special Education Teacher's Survival Guide
Does your packet include a communication sheet that is used between special education teacher and the regular classroom teacher? I am needing a good communication tool to check on my many students in regular classes. I also need this as a documented record that I am communicating on a regular basis with their teachers. I do, but don't have a form that would serve the purpose. I have purchased other packets that have many forms for special education, but none seem to have this. I have been surprised, because this is such a big part of our job; especially like mine at the middle school. As you know, it doesn't take a student very long to get behind and I need a form that I can send to a teacher either weekly or bi-weekly. Thank you so much for reading my request and the time you have taken to help make all of the record keeping a little easier. Cindy Henderson Woodward Middle School Woodward, Ok
September 21, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
Classy Gal Designs and Publishing
The Special Education Survival Guide does not have that form.
I have designed one for that purpose after reading this question!
Check it out at:
http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Special-Educators-Regular-Education-Progress-Communication-Log-Publisher-File
I have included it in both a Word document and Publisher (available in my store) so teachers may edit it to meet their needs. It will be available as a FREEBIE for a limited time. This is a great idea...thanks!
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Buyer re: A Special Education Teacher's Survival Guide
Hi,

I love this survival guide. Great work! Before I download it, I'd like to know if I will be able to type right into the documents? Are they word docs or PDFs?

Thanks,
Kate
September 3, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
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They are PDFs. I plan to work on a version that is editable for the future. For now though, they are not. I wish I had made them editable the first time; the documents have been such a hit. I think that would have made them even better!
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Lisa R. re: Personal Narrative Graphic Organizer in Pink by The Teacher's Work Room
I'm not sure where to contact seller to ask for assistance, but I am having trouble downloading this product. Please fix!
August 28, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
Classy Gal Designs and Publishing
Hello! I am sorry for the trouble downloading. If you send me an e-mail @
henderson.shannon@rocketmail.com I will reply with a copy of the PDF file attached.
--Shannon Henderson
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Jessica Shelp  (TpT Seller)
Hello!
I just bought your Special Education Teacher's Survival Guide and I love it! I just had some questions: I am a brand new teacher in a high school setting and I am trying to figure out the best way for me to organize my student's IEP's. I thought about having a binder for each student with tabs and then store them in crates behind my desk. Or I know that in your guide you say to have one binder with all the student's IEP's....just wondering what you have found that works best.

Thank you!
Jessica
August 17, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
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Hi Jessica! I have always kept an extra copy of my student's IEPs in a large binder. Though one of my colleagues had a very large caseload (servicing students in speech therapy) and she found that keeping all of the IEPs in a binder was impractical! She uses a folder system for each individual student, which worked best for her.
I used the large binder with IEPs for my entire caseload for a few reasons:
**I could jot down notes on them rather quickly at the end of the day (without pulling out all of the working files, folders where I keep IEPS and other paperwork)
**I could have the paraprofessional working in my room take the whole binder down to the photocopy room and make copies when it came time to send progress notes to parents. It went very quickly!
**If a teacher came to the room with a quick question about the student's program, all the information was up-to-date and at my finger tips...I didn't even have to leave the group I was working with!
** I could take all of my IEPs home to read them before the school year started...and not a stack of folders. When it came time to code IEPs, I tossed the binder in my tote bag if I was too tired to do it at school.
**I have had adminstration ask for last minute information (such as how many students have a particular accomodation) and could flip through my binder and tabulate information quickly.
**A binder with all of the IEPs is really handy if the principal calls you to the office for an impromtu meeting about your program. It's happened to me...yikes! I have also been in a meeting with the principal discussing student "A" and then student "B" needs were brought up while I was there. It is not humanly possible to remember every student's indvidual needs! I was so glad that I had every student's IEP sitting on my lap.

Though when doing it this way, there were a couple of things I had to remember...
when a new IEP was written, I had to remember to make extra copies. In our district we keep cumalative files and working files (where I keep a personal copy of all forms) and lastly a copy of the IEP for my binder. It became a habit before long and it was no big deal.
It really depends on the size of your caseload and your organizational needs and style. Find whatever works best for you and go for it! Enjoy your first year teaching!
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Kristi F. re: A Special Education Teacher's Survival Guide
I cannot open the Preview provided on my Mac. Do you have a preview that you could send me via email or that I could view on Facebook or your website?
August 5, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
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Sure! This is the preview picture that was included with that product on my blog
http://theteachersworkroom.blogspot.com/2012/07/special-education-teachers-survival.html
This is the FaceBook post that featured it:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Teachers-Work-Room/332000640193578?ref=hl#!/photo.php?fbid=388787991181509&set=a.340931429300499.78081.332000640193578&type=1&theater

If the picture still doesn't show up, feel free to e-mail me at:
theteachersworkroom@yahoo.com.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I currently work as a special education teacher in a 4-6 resource room. I teach math and Read 180. This year will be my 6th year! Though challenging, it is enjoyable each year to develop a program to meet the student's needs!

MY TEACHING STYLE

Often the students need reteaching and repetition to maintain skills. I am always on the look out for new and interesting ways to present the lessons. Presenting information with memory aids or in a kinesthetic manner is important to me. Check out my blog to learn more about my classroom!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Check out my blog to learn more about my classroom! Contact Information: FB: www.facebook.com/pages/The-Teachers-Work-Room/ BLOG: www.classygaldesignsandpublishing.blogspot.com EMAIL: theteachersworkroom@yahoo.com

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

University of Maine at Farmington--Bachelors

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Contact Information: FB: www.facebook.com/pages/The-Teachers-Work-Room/ BLOG: www.ClassyGalDesignsandPublishing.blogspot.com EMAIL: theteachersworkroom@yahoo.com