There’s nothing quite like realizing that you’ve left your folder for a student.

It's Monday and dreary and I'm tired.  So, of COURSE, I get to my first school and realize I don't have the student's folder of information, items we were going to cover, etc. At least I can look up goals on EasyIEP and improvise.  I hope.

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Rainy days and Mondays

I'm not really sure where to start this morning.  I'm at one of my itinerant schools and the student hasn't show up yet (15 minutes later than I plan to start his session and 25 past the official start of school).  While I'm not concerned too much about session amounts-I'm on 15/20 and we've got… Continue reading Rainy days and Mondays

A day in my life…

I remember seeing one of these type posts in college and thought it was neat to get to see the ins and outs of the daily schedule for someone in the position I was headed for.  Now...I realize how much work must have went into recording that in addition to doing all the work. So...here… Continue reading A day in my life…

There is nothing quite like…

Having a lock down drill when you're in a school that you travel to twice a week and don't know the procedures.  I got into an interior room and hid, but there was no way to lock the door.  I'm sure that's not great, but it's the best I could do.  I guess I'll be… Continue reading There is nothing quite like…

Wants of a parent Vs. Needs of a student

This week I have a meeting with a parent.  This parent is concerned about the services that her child is getting.... This post was started on Monday or so of this week.  I was anxious.  My home school was going to be visited as part of an EC compliance audit and one of my students… Continue reading Wants of a parent Vs. Needs of a student