Megan Jones Shea (CEC)

How to Approach IEPs Without Losing Your Mind

In this episode, you’ll hear what you need to prepare for your first IEP meetings from legal expert Julie Weatherly.

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How to Make Grading Easier

Grades and grading can be a source of angst for new and experienced teachers alike – particularly when trying to ensure that grades for students with disabilities are meaningful and support learning. Grading is just one of the topics addressed in CEC’s newly released Survival Guide for New Special Education Teachers. This week, I chatted about grading with Catherine Martin and Clara ...

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Co-Teaching in the Real World

In this episode, co-teaching expert Marilyn Friend is here to talk about some of the biggest challenges facing new co-teachers—and how you can solve them.

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Teaching Exceptionally Podcast

Welcome to CEC’s new podcast, Teaching Exceptionally. We’ll be talking to the experts you trust to get the strategies that you need to be successful—whether you’re a new teacher or a seasoned veteran.

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Surviving Your First Year as a Teacher

In this episode, we’re talking with Catherine Creighton Martin and Clara Hauth, authors of the brand-new edition of The Survival Guide for New Special Education Teachers, a handbook full of realistic strategies teacher candidates and new teachers need to succeed in their first years in the classroom – and beyond. You’ve got the right stuff to be a special educator, but Catherine and ...

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