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Marcy J. Perry
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  • Acton, MA
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Desireé Samuel liked Marcy J. Perry's discussion What does inclusion look like in your school for the student, the special educator and gen ed teacher?
Apr 18
andrew aker replied to Marcy J. Perry's discussion What does inclusion look like in your school for the student, the special educator and gen ed teacher? in the group Special Education
"Wow!  Very well written!  Let me know when you are available to come work in China! :P "
Nov 18, 2013
Jaime Hansson replied to Marcy J. Perry's discussion What does inclusion look like in your school for the student, the special educator and gen ed teacher? in the group Special Education
"From my experience as am ICS special education teacher inside a middle school, the most difficult part about co-teaching is that sometimes you can be put in multiple placements all within one year, which makes it very difficult to meet and plan with…"
Nov 13, 2013
Jessica Delaney liked Marcy J. Perry's discussion What does inclusion look like in your school for the student, the special educator and gen ed teacher?
Jul 15, 2013
Ryan Austin replied to Marcy J. Perry's discussion What does inclusion look like in your school for the student, the special educator and gen ed teacher? in the group Special Education
"I am both a social studies teacher and a special education teacher at the high school level.  Most of my teaching preps are what we consider "self contained" classes meaning special education student enrollment only.   I've…"
Jun 8, 2013
Tina Csukker replied to Marcy J. Perry's discussion What does inclusion look like in your school for the student, the special educator and gen ed teacher? in the group Special Education
"I teach in a school that had integrated classrooms and self-contained. When the self-contained students are able to be integrated we slowly add them. The integrated classrooms consist of a general ed and special ed teacher. They take turns running…"
Mar 15, 2013
andrew aker replied to Marcy J. Perry's discussion What does inclusion look like in your school for the student, the special educator and gen ed teacher? in the group Best Practices and Differentiated Instruction
"Hey Marcy, Just wanted to do a quick followup.  How are things going for you now?"
Oct 22, 2012
andrew aker replied to Marcy J. Perry's discussion What does inclusion look like in your school for the student, the special educator and gen ed teacher? in the group Special Education
"@ Mary Rose It looks like my last reply didn't go through;   I agreed how important discipline is inside and outside the classroom!   I was also wondering if you could share some of your "contingency plan"…"
Jul 30, 2012
Linda Curtis replied to Marcy J. Perry's discussion What does inclusion look like in your school for the student, the special educator and gen ed teacher? in the group Special Education
"Hi, I'm a third grade teacher.  I do a lot of co-teaching with the special education teacher supporting my class.  At this time I've pretty much taken the lead, but the special ed teacher jumps in to assist and support with whole…"
Jul 30, 2012
Shelley Venable replied to Marcy J. Perry's discussion What does inclusion look like in your school for the student, the special educator and gen ed teacher? in the group Special Education
"Hi! I am a fourth grade teacher. I agree with MaryRose about the co-teaching. We tried this in my classroom during the past school year with the special education teacher co-teaching with me. It was a great thought on paper, but didn't work out…"
Jul 29, 2012
andrew aker replied to Marcy J. Perry's discussion What does inclusion look like in your school for the student, the special educator and gen ed teacher? in the group Special Education
"That sounds awesome!  Teaching and learning is an art and a science for sure!  How can you tell a scientist how to wonder or an artist how to create?  Keep it up!"
Jul 29, 2012
Marcy J. Perry replied to Marcy J. Perry's discussion What does inclusion look like in your school for the student, the special educator and gen ed teacher? in the group Special Education
"MaryRose, Thank you for your feedback. It sounds like the kiddos you're teaching are the same I was working with for most of my career (16 yrs.with Soc/Emo/Beh/LD). It is very rewarding seeing the students improve and be able to spend more time…"
Jul 24, 2012
MaryRose Carlow replied to Marcy J. Perry's discussion What does inclusion look like in your school for the student, the special educator and gen ed teacher? in the group Special Education
"Hello everyone! I teach in a self contained K-5 ED classroom. Some of my students are included for part of the day and others may be as little as an hour. We base the amount of time out of my class upon behavior. I have found that most all gen ed…"
Jul 23, 2012
andrew aker replied to Marcy J. Perry's discussion What does inclusion look like in your school for the student, the special educator and gen ed teacher? in the group Best Practices and Differentiated Instruction
"Hey Marcy, Glad it helped!  Luckily I am able to control the class size an we generally have no more than 8 students in one group.  For 2 year olds and under we have usually no more than four or five students per class.  However we…"
Jul 23, 2012
Marcy J. Perry replied to Marcy J. Perry's discussion What does inclusion look like in your school for the student, the special educator and gen ed teacher? in the group Best Practices and Differentiated Instruction
"Andrew, Thank you for your lengthy and well thought out reply. I'm a special educator and have co-taught with a few different teachers. I agree knowing the content and developing trust with the gen ed teacher is imperative to making inclusion…"
Jul 22, 2012
andrew aker replied to Marcy J. Perry's discussion What does inclusion look like in your school for the student, the special educator and gen ed teacher? in the group Best Practices and Differentiated Instruction
"Hi Marcy,  I've listed some things that have worked for me.  Hopefully they will work for you!  I tend to forget about the things that don't work and only focus on the things that DO work but here is a short list also of…"
Jul 21, 2012

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