Video Podcast: Jackelyn Teaches Two Words You MUST Know When Talking about Behaviors and Special Ed

The jargon of Special Education can be overwhelming, especially when it comes to tracking behaviors and making the best decisions possible for a child.  Jackelyn shares two KEY words every parent, teacher, and IEP team members NEED to know before you get to the IEP table!

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Student Safety in Special Ed - There's section in the IEP for Training!

One of the most unknown sections of the IEP is a box that is titled something like "Training for Personnel". Did you know this can include parents?
Did you know this can include safety and behavior training?

Listen to the latest episode of the Special Education Inner Circle Podcast to get ideas on...

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Student Safety: Special Education Supports for Teachers & Parents

Every IEP has a section called "Supports for School Personnel and Parent Training".

Maybe yours is titled just a little bit different because of the IEP program your district uses to write the IEP, but I promise you, it's there.

I love this section of the IEP. It can bring us together as a team....

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Individualized Special Education this Summer is Possible!

 
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Transition Triggers are NEEDED for Crisis Schooling

Triggers. We usually think of the word "trigger" as a negative. We get triggered and the result is anger or meltdowns. Especially when we are discussing Special Education, behavior plans and supporting a child in a successful school day.

Today, we're going to reframe the word "trigger" into a...

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Podcast: BCBA Help with Behavior Expectations at Home During Crisis

 

BCBA Helps with Behavior Expectations at Home During COVID 19 Crisis

Special Needs Parents & Special Education Teachers, Get more help at: 

www.specialedinnercircle.com and www.behavioralperspectiveaba.com/services/parent-academy/

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Seclusion Rooms + Special Education = It's Serious

 

I've received dozens of emails from parents, teachers and leaders in special education asking me about seclusion rooms and special education in the state of Illinois. (In case you don't know, Illinois is my home.)

I've tried to put together an answer that makes sense because yes, I've...

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Behavior Charts should NOT be Classroom Decorations

 

Behavior charts are NOT appropriate classroom decorations.

Shame and embarrassment by publicly announcing a bad day is not acceptable.

Teachers, you have so many more powerful tools in your toolbox.

Teachers and Parents, if you’re struggling with classroom behavior management, get...

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