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NoodleNook.Net is a great place for LIFE Skills training on great classroom practices, working with curriculum, and how you can be a successful LIFE Skills teacher. Lots of learning happens in the classroom, for the teacher too- many of us have come through Alternative Certification and have never learned about teaching students with PMLD, LID, and severe or profound disabilities to read, write, and do math... not to mention independent living, vocational, and daily living skills.

 

<h1>NoodleNook is a great place for LIFE Skills training on great classroom practices, working with curriculum, and how to be a successful LIFE Skills teacher.</h1>

Lots of learning happens in the classroom, for the teacher too- many of us have come through Alternative Certification and have never learned about teaching students with PMLD, LID, and severe or profound disabilities to read, write, and do math… not to mention independent living, vocational, and daily living skills.

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3 Comments
  1. Emily

    I am a first time middle/high school Mod/Severe teacher with a student with autism who uses echolalic speech as his main form of communication as well as repeating movie and video game lines. Looking for some resources.

    • Noodler

      After reading your comment, I wrote a post just for you! Please check out the post on Echolalia (http://www.noodlenook.net/teaching-students-echolalia/) and read more on working with your student. The tips there will support you- and you can use them with any of the resources in the Noodle Nook store as well as materials already in your classroom. Good Luck and subscribe today so you can get fresh tips and tricks in your inbox!

  2. Christy B.

    Totally Fab! Love the information on this site and the free stuff too. I am new to self-contained and Noodle Nook is so helpful! Thanks!

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