Functional Skills Classroom Components

Time for this mom to begin doing serious planning on research concerning IEP’s and the school environment.  Riley’s school career had a rough start, however his elementary school experience has been a very healthy and positive experience.

Rayma school pic

Rayma school pic

This school year Riley has moved on to a Middle School.  The new classroom situation is best described as underwhelming.  This is not a situation I find I want to continue to send my child into each day. To make changes, it is time for me to fully understand what his needs are and what should be expected of his school.

My research has taken me to a video series on IDEA Basics on the site Your Special Education Rights. This is a wonderful resource to simplify our understanding of Exceptional Student Education.

Today I am considering simply what are the components of a Functional Skills ESE Classroom? Here is my list to examine: Scan_20150227








Space planning


Equipment & Play




Therapy: Physical, Occupational, Speech, Visual

Unique Curriculum

What would you add?
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2 Responses to Functional Skills Classroom Components

  1. rita buck says:

    A Dedicated, Loving Staff.

  2. Lux G. says:

    I haven’t researched on these subjects. Thanks because I’m also learning with you. I hope you enjoy learning and apply them effectively. Happy 2016 to you and your fam.

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