Issue #26 - "How To" Series

NASET'sHow To Series consists of short special education guides that provide quick answers to many of the questions special educators need to know. These step by step guides, informational guides, factual guides, all provide immediate direction in solving everyday issues faced in the field. The NASET “HOW TO” Series is provided to answer difficult issues in a clear, concise and easily available manner.

    In This Issue:

    How To Create Success Bank Accounts for Your Students


    A major factor in creating confidence is allowing repeated successful experiences. Positive Restructuring assumes that tangible successful experiences are crucial in the development of confidence. Further the use of verbal praise or encouragement alone will never be enough to fully develop a sense of confidence. In order to have children realize how successful they have been we suggest you develop Success Bank Accounts for each child.  - -To learn more Login to NASET.


    End of School Year Responsibilities

    Even though we are coming down to the end of the school year, there will be several important issues that need to be the focus of your attention. This is a very crucial part of the year since it will define what you have accomplished with parents and students. Many legal requirements occur during this time of year depending on the school district in which you are employed. So let’s take these topics one at a time so that you are prepared for each one. The topics covered in this stage will include:

    • Teacher reports for triennial evaluations
    • Preparing for annual review meetings
    • Declassification or decertification of students with learning disabilities
    • Extended school year recommendations
    • Writing end of year reports to parents


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