Having to transition (rather quickly) to teaching remotely has had me feeling unorganized. I do not have all of my binders and important information sheets with me, while I am at home, as I plan for IEP meetings at home. Instead of re-printing everything, I decided to turn my IEP Student Informatio
This product is to help any special ed teachers in public or private school, 504 counselors, or speech pathologists. This will give general education teachers a snapshot of your students’ needs. This product is editable, so you can change it around to fit your students and their needs.
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These forms are perfect for subs, new teacher aides/assistants, or anyone who needs a brief refresher on your kiddos! These forms are completely editable and can be customized to fit the needs of your students!
This material is a highly interactive Bilingual (English-Spanish) eLearning mini-course to show the process:How to join a classHow to navigate through Stream and Classwork tabsHow to find assignments, identify resources, questions, and quizzesHow to submit an assignment with attachmentsThe mini-cour
Special Education Teachers: I used this format when I was a special educator to give every teacher quick access to student program modifications. They loved it and used it frequently.
General Education Teachers: I currently use this for my own classes to help ensure I am meeting all student need
This small card provides all the necessary information you need on a student and allows you to look at it quickly and efficiently. Have one card filled out for each student, organize them alphabetically, and bind together for convenience and ease. Take them with you on field trips, home, etc.
As a busy teacher, keeping organized is critical, but it doesn't have to be difficult! These editable monthly planners will help keep you and your students focused on the most important learning objectives for the month. You'll love planning the whole month -- from assessments to school events. C
It takes a village to raise a child! When working with our babes with IEPs, it's so important that our village is equipped with the information they need to best support our babes... But IEPs can be thick, overwhelming to view, and not accessible by all. This form gives you a template to use to give
This 4th Grade download contains vocabulary sheets for ALL TOPICS in the Pearson Elevate Series. The vocabulary sheets are designed for students to be able to review words and definitions in class and/or at home. Students also have the option to fold the page down the line to quiz themselves. Be
Share this Google Slides document with your students each week for an easy to navigate/one-stop-shop list of assignments.As a teacher, you can do one of the following:1. Enter the assignments for each day of the week -Share on Google Classroom (be sure to choose "Make a Copy For Each Stude
These forms are intended to be provided to the classroom teacher or other adults who interact with your students in the building. The IEP at a glance pages help provide others with pertinent information regarding your student’s IEPs. The student schedule pages provide others with your student’s push
Use these forms to keep track of individual student progress and mastery of the math common core standards. The standards for each quarter align to the First Grade Common Core Math Assessment Tasks that are for sale in my TPT store. These forms are "student-at-a-glance" forms. If you would like clas
This IEP At A Glance is great for students' general education teachers, specialists, counselors, and other team members. This IEP At A Glance was created specifically for students who are deaf or hard-of-hearing. With accommodations listed specifically for students who are deaf or hard-of-hearing,
I made this worksheet for my middle school students that required transitions. When this begins I start teaching my students with IEP's to read them and understand what their services mean. This is a good start to the basic components to their IEP and good way to begin the conversation. It includes
I send this coversheet with each IEP to general education teachers. It allows them a quick reference sheet at the beginning of the year as they are getting to know students. I also use these cover sheets for myself and paraprofessionals who are working with students.
This is the very first form I fill out every year! This gives me all the information I need throughout the school year when it comes to contacting parents, scoring tests (based on date of birth), knowing service time and goals, etc. I would be lost without this form each year. It saves me time and h
These four charts were created as quick reference informational tools to aid teachers. Each of the charts focus on student information that teachers would benefit from having at their finger tips. I hope you find these charts as useful for organizing yourself as I have!Keep smiling!Stephanie The Exc
This product is great for educators who are teachings students remotely. It is a generic weekly outlook that can be sent home regularly to students and/or their families. Over TEN resources are also linked in the document. These include a daily check-in form, free educational websites, and sugges
I use this and keep it in my plan binder so I have my students data at a glance. Our school is in trimesters so each color is for a different trimester. One column is for their DRA level(s) and the other will be for their STAR360 Reading score (we just moved to STAR360 from MAP and I teach ELA).An
What You Receive:3-page activity to complete with students to review their IEP with them at the beginning of the school year.Page 1: Have students provide you with some information about themselves. Information gained can help when writing their narratives and learning more about the studentPage 2 &
This product is perfect for special education teachers! Check out the preview in the PDF format and if you purchase this product it will be in Word doc. format!
This is best to be used as a quick reference for both general education teachers and special education teachers to ensure all students
The "Student at a Glance" form is used to relay information about special education students to their regular education inclusion teachers. This is a helpful way to share information among staff memebers.
This At A Glance graphic organizer is perfect for the Special Education Resource Teacher or classroom teacher who has students who are working in some modified areas of the curriculum. This organizer is also perfect for teachers to outline their notes about specific needs, strengths and key informat