Special Education Blog Hop!


I'm joining in on Jamie over at Tales Of A Carolina Girl in a special education teacher blog hop. It is always fun to meet up with other special educators! This hop is all about getting and giving advice on how to start the new year off on the right foot. 


Be sure and check out the rest of the special education blogs that are linked up over HERE.

~Pam


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  1. Love your tips! Stopped over from the blog hop. I love seeing all these Special Educators blogging!

    Erin
    You AUT-a Know

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  2. Great advice! Thanks for linking up. I am working on a behavior system that I know I can be consistent with. The past couple years of teaching sixth grade I tried to switch up things in the year to see if something better worked. This year I know I need to pick something and stick with it!

    Have a great day!
    Jamie
    Tales of a Carolina Girl

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    1. Good idea! The trick is finding something that works that you can manage long term. There are some systems that work well, but are too complicated or high maintenance. Thanks for hosting the link up!!

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  3. Thanks for stopping by, Erin!

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  4. So happy to have found another positive multi-age teacher! I teach K-5 and am so excited to have found you through the hop! Thanks for the advice!

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  5. Positive reinforcement is so important in my room as well!

    Kelly
    A View Into My Classroom

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  6. Great advice! Even with middle schoolers I have to focus on the positives.

    Little Room Under the Stairs

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  7. Awesome advice! I teach 2nd-4th, so I'll be visiting your blog often! :-)

    -Tasha
    A Tender Teacher for Special Needs

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  8. So right in what you say. Over here in my mainstream primary school in England we use the "Good to be Green" behaviour card system and it works really well for the large majority of our children I am glad to say. Lovely to meet and follow you via the blog hop linky :-)
    Special Teaching at Pempi's Palace

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    1. Thanks for popping by! I just started using the right o meter this past year and it was great...simple enough to sustain and it truly helped my kiddos with self-regulation. Win!

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