A Learning Support Binder is a binder prepared by the teacher and maintained by the team members. It includes current lesson plans, worksheets, spelling lists, projects, assignments, etc. It should also have a section for communication between team members. It allows all support team members to incorporate classroom plans into individualized sessions resulting in a cohesive educational experience.
I have a student who is pulled out of class for learning support remediation with a reading specialist, speech therapy, and occupational therapy. It seems like her schooling is so “disjointed.” When the teachers and therapists come to my room, I rarely have time to tell them what we are working on and how they can help. How can I make these pull-out sessions more meaningful and improve communication between team members?