Thursday, July 10, 2014

Best Advice from Considerate Classroom!


 
Jamie over at Tales of a Carolina Girl invited special educators to introduce themselves to one another with their best teaching advice.  

So here is a little introduction to me!  My name is Lindy McDaniel.  I have taught in a variety of preschool classrooms for the past 11 years and just recently took a position as the Early Childhood Coordinator for our state Autism team.  Here is the link to our site TASN-ATBS.  We have some really great resources and pre-recorded webinars under Trainings on Demand. 

My advice is to always have a class schedule filled with engaging and differentiated instruction.   As stated by Kathleen Lane, “The best behavior plan is a good lesson plan.”  In Early Childhood a big piece to that is having your room arranged in a way that is conducive to your schedule, your students and your instruction.  With that I link you to one of my favorite posts. . .  a tour of our classroom No better way to meet than with a virtual tour:)

Best Wishes, Lindy 

4 comments:

  1. I found you through the sped link up! When I finish looking at the other blogs that have linked up, I'm heading over to your youtube channel! Congrats on the new position!

    -Tasha
    A Tender Teacher for Special Needs

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    1. Thanks Tasha! By finding me... I found you! I will have to check your blog:)

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  2. I found you through the blog hop. Thanks for sharing the advice.

    Erin
    You AUT-a Know

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  3. Good advice! Lovely to see a fellow early/SEN teacher- I'll be popping back to steal ideas!
    http://mrsbsroom.wordpress.com

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