spec ed lesson websites

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    kbteachtahoe New Member

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    I am a gen ed 4/5 combo teacher while i'm working on my resource specialist credential (in CA you need both a gen ed credential and rsp credential to teach rsp) and I am looking for a website or three that has quality special ed lesson plans. Any ideas??? Thanks for your help!


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    Check out www.LdOnline.com
    You can get a monthly emagazine there with more resources and links than you will know what to do with.
     
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    Our web site has hundreds of intervention lesson plans available, http://www.youthchg.com. The lessons cover all manner of behavior problems include tantrums, apathy, bad attitude, tardiness, absences, disrespect, peer problems and so forth. Plus there are hundreds of sample interventions from the lesson books included on the site. We give free samples of the lesson plans and have a free Problem Student Problem-Solver magazine that gives more interventions. I think our site might be what you were looking for.
     
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    (in CA you need both a gen ed credential and rsp credential to teach rsp)

    You do?? Is this new? I am SDC and getting my EdSpec. credential--but my RSP friends are only getting this single credential as well. This is the first I've heard of the gen ed credential requirement. I wonder if they're going to lay the gen ed credential on them later. There's a good chance I'll be moving to RSP every 3 years, so I want to make sure my ducks are in a row. Hmmmm....
     

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