Tuesday, September 6, 2011

40 Inspiring Blogs Every Special Education Teacher Should Read

We live in an age where a "one-size" fits all approach to education doesn't work. Crammed into our classrooms today are students with IEP's, 504's, GIEP's, etc. How do we teach to all of our students? When we universally design our instruction, we provide opportunities for ALL students to learn.

Many of the instructional strategies that are used to teach this segment of our population can enhance instruction for all students. Whether you are a special education teacher, teach AP courses, or are sandwiched in between, you may want to take a look at the following Blog Article: 40 Inspiring Blogs Every Special Education Teacher Should Read.

The resources are divided into several different sections:
  • Special Needs Teachers Share - gives insight into strategies and supports that work in SPED
  • Inspirational Resources - is jam packed with inspirational material aimed at inspiring educators, while dealing with the everyday challenges that exist in SPED
  • Creative and Inspirational Teaching Blogs - are resources that ALL teachers should take a look at. If you want to "perfect the art of teaching," this may be the section that you want to take a look at. Personally I like "The Teaching Palette."

This article is found within the Special Ed. from A to Zed blog. This blog contains numerous articles and resources that will enhance instruction within your classroom. You don't have to have students with IEP's, 504's, or GIEP's to utilize the strategies found within this blog. As education advances, all teachers will benefit from the information contained in the blog. Here are some of the ideas found within the site:

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