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Discussion in 'Special Education' started by anewstart101, Aug 28, 2013.

  1. anewstart101

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    Aug 28, 2013

    I have paraprofessionals but they are out in the gen ed almost all day. Third period that leaves me a lone with 8 students.

    I am trying to do read 180.

    4 of those are really low.

    They all have autism high functioning.

    Not sure how to manage this group all by myself independent work is hard for these students.

    I am hoping to pull an aide in gen ed eventually. But my students who are low are getting left behind.

    Stephanie

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    Aug 29, 2013

    I often have the same challenge. I would probably try to do the rotations with all 8 students doing the same thing. You have a group who probably has trouble moving from task to task (or even step to step) without prompting. You may be able to split into 2 groups with one doing the computer excercises.
     

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