With the Omicron variant is on the rise around the country and many school districts shifting to virtual learning, the next few weeks will be extremely difficult for special education teachers and students By now, we all know too well just how challenging it was to pivot last year and require students to learn over Zoom.
Having been in a classroom most of the year, it will be an arduous adjustment for students with varying needs to switch their routine to an online learning style. However, we have been through this before, and I can confidently say our Healthy Relationships Curriculum is ready to help you and your students make a seamless switch to online learning.
We all know that students with learning disabilities, on the Autism spectrum, or who have cognitive challenges will face the most challenges if school districts revert to virtual learning. However, you do not need to worry about these students lacking a quality education during this change. One of the highlights of our program is its adaptability. It can be taught both in-person and online and is tailored to meet the needs of our students.
When educators purchase the program, they will gain access to lessons that can be taught both in-person and online. These lessons build upon each other, and educators will receive:
- Outcome tools that can measure students’ progress and be shared with parents and administrators.
- Over 140 videos and visuals to enhance learning outcomes and demonstrate the behaviors taught in the lessons.
- Roleplaying and demonstrations allow students to act out the lessons in actual scenarios to enrich understanding.
- Supplemental at home skill-building that encourages family and friends to reinforce the lessons
In addition to these resources, educators do not have to feel like they are alone in figuring out how to make these changes. Our team of former special education teachers and therapists are available and will answer any questions you might have to ensure your students’ success.
Having been a special educator for over 20 years, I can say that the resources you receive in the Healthy Relationships Curriculum are like nothing else out there and will help your students receive the best possible education. Take a look at a sample lesson, and reach out for a free demonstration of how you can implement this program with your students.
Jen Falkowski, M.Ed