Back to School Toolkit for Special Education Teachers
“When summer opens, I see how fast it matures, and fear it will be short; but after the heats of July and August, I am reconciled, like one who has had his swing, to the cool of autumn.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
We are all having so much fun under the sun! The weather is so lovely that planning an outdoor activity is definitely possible. Some of you have had a great time camping and have enjoyed a s’ more or two! Maybe a few of you spent a week on the beach. Who doesn’t love the beach to get some tan with this kind of weather? Perhaps some enjoyed biking, hiking, volunteer work and had barbeque nights with family and friends.
Our fondest memories happen in the summer and we wish it didn’t have to end! Our educators, on the other hand, are ending the summer with the beginning of a new school year in mind. They said that the success of a school year begins with excellent planning. While Special Education teachers needs differ from one another, we found this article from thoughtco.com written by Special Education teacher, Jerry Webster, and we thought it could help you set the school year right!
We are not affiliated with any organization or blogger mentioned in this article. We are sharing them with you in case you need a reference to start your planning for the coming school year. As you look forward to a bright year, ahead, we hope you enjoy the rest of your summer, too! 😊