A Teacher's Guide to Helping Students Manage Anxiety Disorders

6th March 2023


It’s the special education teacher's and parent's responsibility to provide the best possible support for students dealing with anxiety disorders. Let’s get to know anxiety-reducing teaching techniques by which you can help young learners to cope-up. ...

Written By : Bindita Sinha



Avoid the Common Mistakes All IEP Case Managers Make and Ensure Student Success

27th February 2023


IEP case manager, should be aware of and learn from the common mistakes that can derail or slow down a student's progress. In this article, we will take a look at the 10 most frequent errors that IEP case managers make and discuss how they can be corrected to ensure success for your students. ...

Written By : Sonal Agrawal



Streamline Your Impact on Student Progress with Data Collection Resources

24th February 2023


Almost every special education teacher, knows that data collection is an essential part of making sure your students get the best possible instruction. In order to effectively track student progress and measure the effectiveness of interventions, it's important to have streamlined data collection methods in place. ...

Written By : Sheetal Sharma



Essential Life Skills That Can Be Transformational For Gifted Children

15th February 2023


Teaching functional life skills to students might be the toughest job for you as a parent. However, kids need to learn these to be independent and confident. For teachers, there are just a limited number of life skills to teach in a classroom as they do not get the maximum number of hours to implement those within the children. But as parents, you can do a lot more than you think. ...

Written By : Aditi Ghose



Autistic Behavior Vs Misbehavior: How Can Behavior Folder Help?

6th February 2023


When you are unaware of your student's individual needs it also becomes very challenging to promote success in task learning. This is because there are several typical behaviors of an autistic child that might sometimes be hard to decipher. So, as an educator, you must push yourself to pursue autism courses for teachers and understand how to create a behavior folder to make life easier. ...

Written By : Sonal Agrawal



6 Movies And Shows About ADHD That Depict What ADHD Is Actually Like

27th January 2023


Did you there are movies or series about ADHD? Yes, there are several movies and series that depicted what ADHD is actually like. ADHD is a massively misunderstood special need. What are those? Read the blog and find out! ...

Written By : Sheetal Sharma


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