Moving Right Along

Moving Right Along

A Moving Scenario You walk into a restaurant, get seated and are given a menu. Now, open up that menu…what do you expect to see? Lots of choices, right? Nope, not this time. One single choice glares at you from your menu. The server comes over and asks you what you’d like to drink. Then …

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When it Takes More than Patience

When it Takes More than Patience

Personally Speaking… “You have to have a lot of patience to teach students with special needs.” Without a doubt, I’ve heard that statement more times than I can remember. And it is true, you do need patience sometimes. You need patience when you’ve explained something four times and a students asks you to explain again. …

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Small Groups: Why, How, When

Small Groups: Why, How, When

The Why If you had the chance to meet your favorite celebrity, would you rather do it along with a whole lot of people in a thousand seat auditorium, or at a backstage meet and greet, where it may be two other fans, the celebrity and you? Of course, you’d choose the meet and greet. …

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The Magic of Twenty

The Magic of Twenty

The Magic If you’re like me, and you’ve worked with students with special needs for any length of time, you know that keeping them engaged is what it’s all about. We can have the best lesson or activity ever, but if we don’t have the students’ attention, we might as well be sleeping in front …

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