“Make Good Choices👍” (From the “Everything I need to know I learned in Special-Ed Preschool” series)

Some of my biggest life-lessons have come as a result of working for a few years with Special Ed pre-schoolers. As a 48 year old with a full-time job, a published author and a mother of 3 almost-grown children, that’s saying something. The “something” that it says is that at my core, I still needContinue reading ““Make Good Choices👍” (From the “Everything I need to know I learned in Special-Ed Preschool” series)”

Never Cut Your Own Hair (from the series “Everything I Need to Know I Can Learn In Special Ed Pre-School”)

Yesterday I was reminded, yet again, that “Everything I need to know I can learn in Special Ed Pre-School.” (See previous blogs in this series). It’s a simple, and seemingly logical rule of life that all too often, one has to learn the hard way: “Never cut your own hair.” I was sitting with anContinue reading “Never Cut Your Own Hair (from the series “Everything I Need to Know I Can Learn In Special Ed Pre-School”)”

Sensory Break Part II (“Everything I Need to Know I Learned in Special-Ed Pre-School”)

It’s been awhile since I have posted an entry from my series on “Everything I Need to Know I Learned in Special-Ed Pre-School” (If you are new to reading: Sensory Break, Make Good Choices, Never Cut Your Own Hair, and Do. Your. Job. are also in this series ). This has been on my mindContinue reading “Sensory Break Part II (“Everything I Need to Know I Learned in Special-Ed Pre-School”)”

“DO. YOUR. JOB.”

There’s a well-known book that was written several years ago called, “Everything I need to know I learned in Kindergarten.” Well, after working there for 2 years, I would argue that “Everything I Need to Know I can Learn in Special Ed. Pre-School.”  I have a whole list of articles I plan to write basedContinue reading ““DO. YOUR. JOB.””

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