Students with special needs thrive on consistency. They can excel socially and emotionally when provided with a routine and a set of procedures that applies in most situations. On a day-to-day basis, a good special education or inclusion teacher can craft a classroom environment that is productive, safe, inviting, and engaging. So what happens in these great classrooms after routine breaks, such as weekends and holidays, or surprise breaks, such as illness, family travel, or snow days?
back to school! I found that I had a hard time writing 2009 on the board in the date today…
time passes so quickly with my students. I hope you all had as enjoyable a break as I did and are recharged and
ready to go for the next part of the school year.