Adaptable Ed is excited to announce that we will be a vendor at the 63rd Annual TSHA Convention & Exhibition in Fort Worth, TX! The three-day event sponsored by the Texas Speech-Language Hearing Association will take place February 28th-March 2nd, 2019. If you plan on attending, make sure to stop by our booth and check … Continue reading Upcoming Event: TSHA Convention & Exhibition, February 28th-March 2nd, 2019
Come see us at the ESC Region 11 Behavior: Beyond Management Conference on October 18, 2018! The conference will be held at Service Center in White Settlement and is being sponsored by Region 11. We will have a vendor booth with door prizes, teacher gear, and treats! See you there!
The Liebster Award... The Liebster Award is given to small blogs by other bloggers and, what do you know, Adaptable Ed has been nominated by none other than the great Jon Amdall of Amdall Gallery! Amdall Gallery is a pretty cool conglomerate of information and art. If you haven't checked it out yet, you should. … Continue reading 2018 Liebster Award…
I've been to Target, I see the school supplies. I know what comes next...BACK TO SCHOOL. How is the summer almost over? I've been to Target, I see the school supplies. I know what comes next...BACK TO SCHOOL. The long, peaceful days of summer are all too quickly on their way out which means it's … Continue reading Food for Thought
"...what have we become when we refuse to offer resources, accommodations, or experiences if they aren't outlined in the IEP? What are we really teaching at that point?" My dad is somewhat muscle-bound. You know how you can hold out your arms with your palms down then flip them to be palms up? He can't … Continue reading IEP Bound
I'm looking forward to the Thanksgiving break, friends. It's no exaggeration to say that by this time every school year I am fried. I find myself short on sleep and heavy on responsibilities and commitments. All I really want at the end of every work day is a nap. I want to travel back in … Continue reading Downtime in the Special Needs Classroom
Venturing outside the classroom and on to the internet is something brand spanking new for me when it comes to sharing the materials I've been making for my students all these years. I'm excited. I'm also a little scared and a lot overwhelmed. Have patience with me as I navigate this new terrain. I promise … Continue reading Something new…