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As a special education teacher, we have to stay on top of SO MUCH PAPERWORK and basically be scheduling ninjas. Although it can be quite the headache, it doesn’t have to be if you set aside some time before school starts to set-up a teacher caseload binder for yourself. #teacherorganization #teacherplanner

As a special education teacher, we have to stay on top of SO MUCH PAPERWORK and basically be scheduling ninjas. Although it can be quite the headache, it doesn’t have to be if you set aside some time before school starts to set-up a teacher caseload binder for yourself. #teacherorganization #teacherplanner

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9 Time-Saving Tips for SPED Prep

Special education prep work is daunting! Time spent laminating, velcroing, and organizing materials takes up way too much personal time for special education teachers, self-contained teachers, speech therapists, homeschool moms, parents, autism parents, preschool teachers. Reclaim your time and energy and alleviate stress with these 9 SPED prep hacks to help you streamline your prep and prioritize your to-do list.

Let’s be honest here for a minute and start this off by agreeing that a good percentage of the college courses you take are a big waste of time. There are those really good courses that prepare you for the “textbook stuff”, but nothing in the world prepares you for teaching quite like actually teaching does. Especially in special education. Blog post at Mrs. D's Corner.

Let’s be honest here for a minute and start this off by agreeing that a good percentage of the college courses you take are a big waste of time. There are those really good courses that prepare you for the “textbook stuff”, but nothing in the world prepares you for teaching quite like actually teaching does. Especially in special education. Blog post at Mrs. D's Corner.

First year teacher tips and tricks. As a first year teacher, or as a teacher starting a new special ed position, it is easy to feel overwhelmed. From what things you should be prepping now to prepare, how to mentally prepare for the first day of school, what supplies you should buy for yourself now, how to take care of you too, and everything inbetween. Printable checklist included to keep you organized. Blog post at Mrs. D's Corner.

First year teacher tips and tricks. As a first year teacher, or as a teacher starting a new special ed position, it is easy to feel overwhelmed. From what things you should be prepping now to prepare, how to mentally prepare for the first day of school, what supplies you should buy for yourself now, how to take care of you too, and everything inbetween. Printable checklist included to keep you organized. Blog post at Mrs. D's Corner.

Balancing it all as a first year special education teacher is tough. Check out these tips for first year special education teachers to get you started this fall. #specialeducation #weteachsped #iteachsped #backtoschool #firstyearteacher #autismclassroom

Balancing it all as a first year special education teacher is tough. Check out these tips for first year special education teachers to get you started this fall. #specialeducation #weteachsped #iteachsped #backtoschool #firstyearteacher #autismclassroom

Looking for some new free websites to use in your special education classroom? Check out a few of my favorites! #specialeducation #sped #autismclassroom

Looking for some new free websites to use in your special education classroom? Check out a few of my favorites! #specialeducation #sped #autismclassroom

In this article, I outline survival tips for first year special education teachers. My survival guide includes advice about planning, IEPs, networking, prioritizing, and more with lots of resources.

In this article, I outline survival tips for first-year special education teachers. My survival guide includes advice about planning, IEPs, networking, prioritizing, and more with lots of resources.