TEACHING TOOLS

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Welcome to Pops Spedster And Company's Teacher Tool Page,

where special education students, teachers, parents/caregivers and home schoolers will find instructional materials for students with intellectual impairments, which are also appropriate charter school materials in regular education classes. Some ELL students might also benefit from the materials being offered on this site.

 

 

Here is a planning worksheet for student self-advocates to use when planning to conduct their own IEP team meetings. This form is more appropriate for transition aged students. Right click on it in Internet Explorer to print the best copy.

 

 

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mouse1gifLEFT CLICK ON ANY OF THESE NAVIGATION BUTTONS TO GO TO TEACHER-CREATED LITERACY AND NUMERIC PROBES.

THESE PROBES CAN ALSO BE USED TO TEACH SKILLS AND TO MEASURE STUDENT PROGRESS.

NUMBERS, COLORS, MONEY PROBE 1

 

 

 

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mouse1gifLEFT CLICK ON ANY OF THESE NAVIGATION BUTTONS TO GO TO WORKSHEETS FOR COMMUNICATION GROUP INSTRUCTION. EACH WORKSHEET CAN BE PRINTED OUT FOR STUDENTS. ON EACH PAGE, STUDENTS CAN ALSO FIND A RELATED IMAGE MAP PAGE WHERE THEY CAN CLICK ON LINKS TO SEE VIDEOS ON EACH TOPIC CONTAINED ON THE WORKSHEET.

First worksheet

(INCLUDES AN INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO WITH POPS SPEDSTER)

WATCH A VIDEO IN WHICH INSPECTOR TZO TZO TELLS WHY IT RAINS.

 

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mouse1gifLEFT CLICK ON ANY OF THESE NAVIGATION BUTTONS TO GO TO WORKSHEETS RELATED TO INSTRUCTION OF STUDENTS IN TRANSITION FROM SCHOOL-BASED SERVICES TO ADULT SERVICES.

 
Daily Living
Community Living
Vocational Supports
Transition Skills
 

 

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When an IEP team is reviewing collected data, what should the members look for in the collected data? How can the data inform the IEP team in designing instructional goals for students with low incidence disabilities?

 

Click here for a discussion.

MEASURE WHAT

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Last modified: 3/28/2017