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What Do You Need to Know?

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The Teacher Nook: Tips, Tricks and Tools for SpEd Teachers in Autism Classrooms
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Hey Y’all I am so glad to be back with you!!!
 
I am not lying when I say that the podcasts here at the Teacher Nook are a part of Noodle Nook that I love!
 
If you were wondering where I have been, I spent the last 2 months in Ghana, an African country on the Ivory Coast with my family. It was amaz
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Hey Y’all I am so glad to be back with you!!!
 
I am not lying when I say that the podcasts here at the Teacher Nook are a part of Noodle Nook that I love!
 
If you were wondering where I have been, I spent the last 2 months in Ghana, an African country on the Ivory Coast with my family. It was amazing. Not only experiencing the culture with my kids and exploring new places and cuisines with my husband… but also having the opportunity to visit schools for the disabled. Getting back to work here in the states reminds me of how lucky we are to live here, how lucky our students are to have the services we provide, and how universal the concerns are of educators who teach students with Autism.
 
Now that I am back, I really look forward to helping teachers here as they work in self-contained classrooms with students who have low incidence disabilities. I want to make sure you have what you need to be successful as well as provide the best and most beneficial classroom experiences for your students.
 
In order to do that, I want any teachers out there who are struggling to grab their cell phone and take a second to email me their burning question about how to survive and thrive in self-contained. I am going to put my email in the show notes. What do you struggle with? What tools do you want to become better at using? How can we help?
 
The next Teacher Nook podcast will be October 2nd and we will be answering your questions… so don’t be shy. Email me today at ajones@noodlenook.net.
 
Just a reminder, if you haven’t already, subscribe to this podcast so you don’t miss our return show that first Wednesday of October.
 
Before I sign off, I want to wax poetically about the kind of students we work with. Our students can sometimes be a challenge. We work long and hard for small incremental growth. And those breakthroughs may be small, but they are huge in the lives of the kids we help. I know you have tough days; remember those miracle moments… because your students need you and all that you bring to their classroom.
Please… stay strong and teach on.
Till next time Mighty Teachers!
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