About Me/Contact

My name is Amanda and I have been teaching at a hospital school for the past 20 years.  I teach a self-contained class of children with speech and/or physical disabilities.  I work side by side with a physiotherapist, occupational therapist and speech therapist.  I hope that you will find inspiration in my blog to teach even your most neediest student.  I welcome all comments, suggestions and questions.  I will try and help if I can.  You can reach me at mum_to_2_boys@yahoo.ca

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Glad to find you. I am an OT who collaborates with an SLP and teacher to plan activities for students at our center based school. We would like to share what we do and get feedback from others working with the same kinds of students. Please take a look at us
http://groupbygroup.wordpress.com

iintegratetechnology said...

Love that I found your blog! Look forward to learning many things from you!
Mindy

iintegratetechnology@blogspot.com

Tami said...

Where did you find your plant measurement worksheets? I teach a self-contained classroom and do a plant unit every year and would love for them to have a place to record the plant growth.

Amanda Myers said...

Hi Tami,
I made the worksheets. If you send me your email I will send them to you.
mum_to_2_boys@yahoo.ca

Mandy

Anonymous said...

I am very interested in the forms, etc., you use during your calendar time. Are these available anywhere for purchase? Thanks so much . . . I've really enjoyed reading and look forward to using many of your awesome ideas!

Primary Possibilities said...

Great!! I love your blog!!

Bonnie Benson said...

Thanks for your blog. This is my first year as a lead teacher in a multiple disabilities classroom. There are so many gen ed blogs but few for the population I teach. I'll be following your blog a lot this year!

Kim @ Mrs. Hs Resource Room said...

I love following your blog! It is one of my go to blogs. If you are ever interested in having a guest blogger, I would love to write for you or vice versa!!

smartboardideas.com said...

Hey~ great blog - tried to comment once but not sure it worked...I am new at this! I also work in an exceptional class and started a blog based on the use of the SMARTboard in this class. The possibilities for the use of the SMARTboard and my students learning have been endless. So each day I post a new activity which is theme based and is free to download. Check us out - Love what you are doing can't wait to follow you.
www.smartboardideas.com

southerndarlin57 said...

Wonderful site!!!! Do you have to write "I can" statements ?

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