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Special Educators Resource Room with Jennifer DeBrosse is the podcast for busy special education teachers. Whether you’re brand new to the world of special education or an experienced teacher, this podcast will provide time-saving solutions for any busy special educator. Get ready to move things off your special educator plate without feeling like you have to live at school. I’m your host, Jennifer DeBrosse. I’m dual-certified, have been in education for over 25 years, and spent time in both the inclusion classroom and the resource room setting. I was also a special education instructional coach and mentor to hard-working educators just like you. Tune in each week for quick action-packed episodes. They will be short, sweet, and to the point because I know how busy you are. I’m on a mission to help you get your time back! Let’s connect! You can find more special education support at: Positively Learning Blog (PS: while you’re there, be sure to grab the free Special Educators Cheat Sheets!)

Special Educators Resource Room Jennifer DeBrosse

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Special Educators Resource Room with Jennifer DeBrosse is the podcast for busy special education teachers. Whether you’re brand new to the world of special education or an experienced teacher, this podcast will provide time-saving solutions for any busy special educator. Get ready to move things off your special educator plate without feeling like you have to live at school. I’m your host, Jennifer DeBrosse. I’m dual-certified, have been in education for over 25 years, and spent time in both the inclusion classroom and the resource room setting. I was also a special education instructional coach and mentor to hard-working educators just like you. Tune in each week for quick action-packed episodes. They will be short, sweet, and to the point because I know how busy you are. I’m on a mission to help you get your time back! Let’s connect! You can find more special education support at: Positively Learning Blog (PS: while you’re there, be sure to grab the free Special Educators Cheat Sheets!)

    76. Special Educator Survival Tips for the End of Year

    76. Special Educator Survival Tips for the End of Year

    End of year tips for supporting students and YOU! If you're a busy special education teacher looking for tips, tricks, and resources to save you precious time, I've got you covered! I'm here to help you regain your confidence in the classroom and feel calm and collected as a special educator.Tune in every Wednesday for practical tips, tools, and the support you need to to THRIVE in the classroom.Grab your FREE Special Educators Cheat Sheets at positivelylearningblog.com/free-resource-lib...

    • 7 min
    75. Using Sensory Bins without Stress

    75. Using Sensory Bins without Stress

    Your students need more sensory input throughout the day, but how do you fit it in with all of the other IEP goals and objectives you're focused on? In Episode 75 of Special Educators Resource Room, you'll learn how I conquered this exact situation. Sensory Bins ended up being the answer to provide a developmentally appropriate sensory experience AND stay focused on our goals. Learn how to start using sensory bins in your classroom today! Looking for the Sensory Story Bins solution mentioned ...

    • 13 min
    74. Classroom Movement Ideas (When Brain Breaks Aren't Enough)

    74. Classroom Movement Ideas (When Brain Breaks Aren't Enough)

    Working with especially active students? Here's some tips to incorporate more kinesthetic movement activities into your everyday learning, For more teaching tips and creative ideas, check out these special education topics: https://positivelylearningblog.com/what-to-do-with-wiggly-students/https://positivelylearningblog.com/classroom-movement-games/Red Light, Green Light Literacy GamesIf you're a busy special education teacher looking for tips, tricks, and resources to save you precious time,...

    • 12 min
    73. Help Students Become More Independent (So You Can Pull Small Groups!)

    73. Help Students Become More Independent (So You Can Pull Small Groups!)

    You want to pull small groups, but can't imagine your students working independently for any amount of time? This episode is FULL of ideas for supporting students AND getting your time back. Learn about the main components of independent work systems and what you need to start setting up your classroom today! Special Promotion:🎉 Don't miss this special offer! Join the Task Box Dollar Club now for exclusive resources and support and add on TWO more dollar clubs for less than the price of ONE. ...

    • 13 min
    72. Fine Motor Skills (When Students Don't Qualify for OT)

    72. Fine Motor Skills (When Students Don't Qualify for OT)

    Tune in for simple teacher tips to help young students. improve their fine motor skills during a busy school day in special education settings. You'll learn how to make these activities part of your regular classroom routine without needing extra time. This ensures that all students, even those who might not qualify for occupational therapy, get the help they need to develop skills that are important for school and everyday life.Need more straightforward tips on how to incorporate fine motor ...

    • 13 min
    71. How Do You Fit in SEL into Your Already Busy Day?

    71. How Do You Fit in SEL into Your Already Busy Day?

    Social Emotional Learning has a BIG impact on classroom community, but how do you fit it into an already jam-packed school day? I'm sharing 3 practical tips for adding SEL to your classroom WITHOUT disrupting the routine. Try this ideas with your own students! Links mentioned in this episode of Special Educators Resource Room:Restorative Practice Read Aloud Suggestions:https://positivelylearningblog.com/product/restorative-practice-circles-for-k-2/Social Emotional Learning Lesson Plans w...

    • 11 min

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ElenaDalia ,

Thank you

Thank you for this episode. How can I reach out to you? My email is daliaelena1205@gmail. I’m a 7 year special education resource teacher who could really use some inspiration.

eholds ,

Such Great Info

Quickly and easy to implement! I have a new para starting on Monday and will definitely be pulling this together this weekend! Thanks for the tips!

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I love the podcast and how insightful it is for all teachers. I like how the strategies are practical, but very meaningful.

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