This well I asked Twitter, through the special education slow chat (#SpEdSC) to share their favourite resources to use in their classrooms. Some high tech ideas and a good helping of classic resources.
Communication was a big topic as was engagement and interaction. People used a range of resources and in a host of different ways. Lego, blu tac and symboled resources featured throughout.
— Joe Baldwin (@JosephBaldwin) October 19, 2016
— Anita Devi | FRSA CC ALB #GGA✨ (@Butterflycolour) October 17, 2016
I love PODD books and aided language input boards for AAC, using Boardmaker online to make them #SPEDSC
— Sarah Alderman (@sazalder) October 15, 2016
— Joe W (@jw_teach) October 17, 2016
I think it’s true to say that no matter what the resource it needs a passionate and committed teacher to make them effective. These are great to have around to share play. But of no use left in a box in a cupboard.
— Helen Shapter (@teach_resilient) October 14, 2016
— Joe W (@jw_teach) October 14, 2016
Would love to hear what you use, and how you use it. please add your ideas to the comments section or tweet using the hashtag #SpEdSC