Co-Teaching seems to be the trend for public schools. My school, like many others, is leaning towards a model that includes as many students as possible into the general education classroom. In order to make this work, many special education teachers, like myself, are expected to co-teach. General education inclusion classes with the content area… Read More 6 Effective Co-Teaching Models, and When to Use Them
There is a lot of debate in my school on whether or not to allow students to retake tests and quizzes. Or to allow students to complete test corrections to raise their grade. I would assume that this is probably a debated upon topic in many schools! Does allowing a student to retake a quiz… Read More Should we allow students to retake tests and quizzes?
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In my position, I provide inclusion support to special education students. This involves a lot of co-teaching, modifying assessments on the go, and sometimes it feels like I’m constantly juggling. Many of my students struggle with showing what they know during a test, and I juggle with the balance between helping them show what they… Read More How I accommodate students during tests and quizzes
Like most states, my students have to participate annually in high-stakes testing. My eighth graders are responsible for taking two days of ELA testing, two days of Math testing and two days of Science testing. The ELA and the math are on the computer this year, as they were last year. The science is still on paper… Read More High-Stakes Testing