Claymont Special Education
Monthly Newsletter Vol. 30 (September 2022)
A special Thank you to our amazing PT, Julie Adelman and our incredible PTA, Nikole Garabrandt.
Trauma Informed Care
Trauma-Informed Teaching Strategies to Implement in the Classroom
Every student enters a classroom with a history. Sometimes that history consists of the typical, if not uneventful, ups and downs of childhood. Other times, that history may include tragedy-many students experience sexual abuse, the loss of a parent, homelessness, and violence. Such tragedies can traumatize students, affecting their ability to perform well in school.
Special Education Lesson Plans
This is an amazing resource that we have utilized in our Cross Categorical classrooms. If you are interested in seeing more than the free examples - let me know.
Hi, my name is Quynh and I'm a special education teacher, just like you. For the past 12 years, I've been teaching students with Autism and Intellectual Disabilities at the secondary level. Over the years, the subjects I taught were Math, English, History, Science, Life Skills, Career Preparation and Work Awareness & Transition.
Governor DeWine Announces $2 Million Additional Support for College Students with Disabilities
On August 24, 2022, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that he is investing an additional $2.1 million to assist Ohio college students with disabilities. Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) will provide all eligible college students with disabilities up to $1000, while participating in OOD services, to be used for tuition or educational expenses during the 2022-2023 school year.