Teachers, Enjoy Your Summer Break!
Teaching Autism and Special Education
by Teaching Autism
2y ago
Today on the podcast is an episode that is really important to me.. Teachers, Enjoy Your Summer Break! And it’s something that I feel really passionately about. It is so easy these days to think that we need to sacrifice our summer break and keep working. Many teachers even admit to going into school to ..read more
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Ending the School Year Positively
Teaching Autism and Special Education
by Teaching Autism
3y ago
Today on the podcast I’m discussing ending the school year positively. Let’s face it, the end of the school year can be tough, stressful and very overwhelming. And it’s very easy to start feeling really negative and just wishing those last few days away. But the end of the year is the perfect opportunity for ..read more
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5 Must-Do’s for the New School Year
Teaching Autism and Special Education
by Teaching Autism
3y ago
I am so excited today to be sharing my 5 must-do’s for the new school year. I always get asked about what my to-do list looks like for the new school year. And while I do have a list longer than 5 items – because let’s face it, who doesn’t? I do have a priority ..read more
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End of Year Tips for Special Education Teachers
Teaching Autism and Special Education
by Teaching Autism
3y ago
I am so excited to be sharing my 5 end of year tips for special education teachers in this podcast episode. It’s really important to have a good plan in place for the end of the school year. One reason being is that it will help you to have a more relaxed summer – and ..read more
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Keeping Students Engaged at the End of the Year
Teaching Autism and Special Education
by Nikki Robertson
3y ago
I think it’s safe to say we all know how hard it is keeping students engaged at the end of the year. Over the years, I’ve really tried a number of different strategies – and used a lot of trial and error – to help with this. And today I am so excited to share my top tips with you for keeping your students engaged during this busy and sometimes crazy time of year. What Am I Talking About? Tips for keeping students engaged at the end of the year. The importance of routines. Free choice time. Themes. Calming activities. Getting outdoors. Helpful Links Below are some links that you may find help ..read more
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5 Tips for Transitioning Students
Teaching Autism and Special Education
by Nikki Robertson
3y ago
Today on the podcast I am sharing my top 5 tips for transitioning students to a new classroom or even school. Transition can be tough – not just for the student, but for their family too. And that’s why I always like to be organized and prepared in advance for transitioning, to make it a smooth and less stressful process for everyone involved. What Am I Talking About? In this episode today, I am talking about; 5 tips to help make transition smoother. Using visuals. Social stories. Being organized. Student cheat sheets. Visits. Transition days. Family communication and building relationships ..read more
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Book Creator App: Making Reading Fun Series
Teaching Autism and Special Education
by Nikki Robertson
3y ago
Welcome to my ‘Making Reading Fun’ mini podcast series. Today on the podcast I’m talking all about the ‘Book Creator’ app for the third and final episode in this mini series. So many of you have been reaching out to me on Instagram asking how do I get my students to love reading and story time so much. And that’s when I decided to put together a mini series with ideas of how you can make reading fun.. Which will hopefully get your students to love reading as much as mine do! What Am I Talking About? Book Creator App. Free vs Paid Options. Class Create-a-Story. Individual Create-a-Story. Using ..read more
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Sensory Stories: Making Reading Fun Series
Teaching Autism and Special Education
by Nikki Robertson
3y ago
Welcome to my ‘Making Reading Fun’ mini podcast series. Today on the podcast I’m talking all about sensory stories for the second episode in this mini series. So many of you have been reaching out to me on Instagram asking how do I get my students to love reading and story time so much. And that’s when I decided to put together a mini series with ideas of how you can make reading fun.. Which will hopefully get your students to love reading as much as mine do! WHAT AM I TALKING ABOUT? For the second episode in this mini series, I am talking all about sensory stories. These are still one of my a ..read more
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Story Sacks: Making Reading Fun Series
Teaching Autism and Special Education
by Nikki Robertson
3y ago
Welcome to my ‘Making Reading Fun’ mini podcast series. Today on the podcast I’m talking all about story sacks for the first episode in this mini series. So many of you have been reaching out to me on Instagram asking how do I get my students to love reading and story time so much. And that’s when I decided to put together a mini series with ideas of how you can make reading fun.. Which will hopefully get your students to love reading as much as mine do! What Am I Talking About? For the first episode in this mini series, I am talking all about story sacks. These are still one of my absolute fa ..read more
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Stop Being a Yes Person! Teacher Edition
Teaching Autism and Special Education
by Nikki Robertson
3y ago
In this podcast episode today I’m talking about why you need to stop being a yes person! (Teacher edition, of course!) I don’t know about you, but I spent many years being a yes person. I feel like within the education world, it’s just in our blood. We always want do whatever we can help to our students and those around us. And sometimes that ends up backfiring, because we don’t know when to say no. That is when burn out can hit like a spade to the face. And nobody wants that! What Am I Talking About? What is a yes person? Why I stopped being a yes person. The consequences. Ways you can say n ..read more
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