September 16, 2019

I wanted to share a fun way that I practiced counting out items from a set with one of my students. But first, I’ll give a little bit of a background about natural reinforcers and why using them is such a powerful teaching strategy.

When working with children on communi...

September 12, 2019

The teaching strategy that I use most often with my students is to incorporate their interests into the lessons and learning activities that I plan for them.

Activities that are inherently difficult, such as language-based activities, can be much more motivating and in...

September 8, 2019

Just wanted to share a quick, free, printable activity to practice sorting coins. I use this activity when introducing coins to help students look carefully at them to learn the differences in what they look like.

Here's an example of what part of the activity looks lik...

September 5, 2019

This week, I was doing a quick assessment with one of my students. I wanted to see if he could read "days of the week" words (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, etc.). I also wanted to make the assessment more fun instead of using flashcards. So, I took this sticker art proje...

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