DTT Trial by Trial Percent Correct “Cheat Sheet”
If you use printed data collections sheets for taking discrete trial data, you can use this sheet to easily determine which percentage correct your student received, regardless of the number of trials.
Download the PDF free here.
Child Decoded: Unlocking Complex Issues in Your Child’s Learning, Behavior, or Attention
“Child Decoded: Unlocking Complex Issues in Your Child’s Learning, Behavior, or Attention” is a new book that I’m really enjoying. If your child has some challenges that don’t seem to fit into a “box” or label, this book might be helpful. It has checklists of different characteristics and behaviors that your child might have, and these checklists point you to different chapters in the book to find resources for your child’s specific needs. It also has easy-to-use information on screening and diagnosis to help pinpoint what strategies might help your child.
Read more here.
Interview with Dr. Robin E. McEvoy, one author of "Child Decoded: Unlocking Complex Issues in Your Child's Learning, Behavior or Attention"
In this interview, you'll find some tips for taking a "whole child" approach to helping your children or students.
Read the interview here.
Special Education Resource Share Facebook Group
If you sell your special education teaching materials online (such as on TPT), I'm starting a Facebook group where we can share our products and freebies, as well as our social media pages. I'm a member of some similar groups for general education, but I haven't found one just for special education, so I thought I'd start one. I'd love to have you join us!
Here's the link.
Autism and Special Interest Survey
If you're a parent or teacher, please share your children or students' special interests in an anonymous survey that will help me design more fun and motivating printable activities. Thank you! http://positivelyautism.weebly.com/special-interest-survey.html
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