Many of you come to me wanting to know how to organize papers. And a lot of you want to know how to organize all the papers (and things) that go along with having students in the special education program. That is why I brought on Sarah to this week’s episode of Simply Teach.
I found Sarah from none other than the Instagram world! Sarah is a former Special Education teacher and current Teachers Pay Teachers rockstar and also creator of Teacher Care Crate, which you will definitely want after listening to her talk about it!
Special Education Paperwork Organization
I reached out to Sarah because someone had asked me for organization tips on paperwork in a special education classroom. We know that there is so much to keep up with in the teaching world. IEP’s, ARD meeting dates, and schedules for inclusion and resource for our kiddos can be so overwhelming.
Sarah shares some practical tips to organize paperwork for special education teachers. She also shares some great ideas for general ed teachers to use in their classroom to help modify student work.
We talk a lot about her teacher subscription box, Teacher Care Crate, which focuses on helping teachers practice self care. I am nerdy and love hearing behind the scenes of things, so I asked her a bunch of random questions about how it works because I am so fascinated by it!
Resources from the Podcast
I’d love for you to have a listen HERE! And I would especially love it if you shared it with your other teacher friends!!!
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Photo by Shelby Buchtien of SAB Photography
Until next time,
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