Jul 10, 2016

A Day in the Life of a Special Education Classroom! | DonorsChoose.org project by Ms. Thompson

My students need life science materials such as a fish aquarium set, plants and flowers pocket chart kit, science viewers, and life science floor puzzles to engage in hands on learning. My day is never a typical day. I teach students with autism and autism spectrum disorders. My biggest challenge in my classroom is keeping my students engaged in learning. Using science materials,...

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