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from Autism Classroom Resources

How to Make and Use Object Schedules

Do you have students who might benefit from using object schedules or using objects to communicate? I'm sharing different types of object schedules including how to help students make the shift to visual schedules. Ideas for individuals with autism, intellectual disabilities, and a few about those with visual impairments. via @drchrisreeve

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Free "I Can Help" printable books

Free printable emergent readers about chores for kids

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7 Crucial tips for Managing Remote Teams

7 Tips for Managing a Remote Team

from Career Contessa

First-Time Manager Series: How to Set Boundaries with a New Employee

We all want to be liked, but leadership requires a lot more than that. First time managers, or even experienced ones, may struggle with balancing the line of employee and friend. How to set boundaries with a new employee on

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The best jobs for every personality type

Whether you're an ISTP or an ENFJ, see if your job fits your personality.

from Mrs. P's Specialties!

Functional Reading Comprehension

Demonstrating reading comprehension can be very challenging for students in special education, especially students with autism. Here are ideas for building and assessing reading comprehension.

How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin book with free printable to help kinders count pumpkin seeds.

Learn why it's important to explore your family of origin dynamics in order to live and work well as a therapist or counselor. This is the first post in a series on the family of origin exploration process for therapists.