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Just remember the first day can be tough but itís not indicative e of how the whole experience will be! New beginnings are hard but youíll get the hang of it in no time!!! good luck and be sure to let us know how it goes!!!

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KT_203 03-03-2019 08:04 PM

Just remember the first day can be tough but itís not indicative e of how the whole experience will be! New beginnings are hard but youíll get the hang of it in no time!!! good luck and be sure to let us know how it goes!!!

musicmeg222 03-03-2019 12:25 PM

I feel pretty comfortable starting a position as a new special ed inclusion teacher. I am taking over for the remainder of the school year for another teacher who had to move out of state.

I'm not sure about the specifics of the position yet. I'm hoping I will be introduced to everyone and will become familiar with the school, its procedures, and my schedule/daily responsibilities as an inclusion teacher. I'm really hoping I'm not just 'thrown' into the classroom and having to go from there. Taking over toward the end of the year, I also am not familiar with the students on my caseload or any of their IEP goals. I also really hope I will have some time in the first few days to review IEPs and familiarize myself with everything.

Does anyone have any other tips, suggestions, or helpful information before I begin my special ed journey tomorrow? Let me know anything and everything!




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