The Boystown Education Model
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As a veteran special education teacher, I have certainly learned to appreciate change. I purposefully placed myself in a position where I would need to change and grow in order to prove myself as a valuable asset to this school district. While there have been days that I have questioned whether changing schools, states, grade levels and homes all at once was a good idea; for the most part, I am loving the challenges.
That being said, I have seen the need for classroom management in the form of structure and routine as critical as ever. I have implemented the Boystown Education model in my classroom, as well as pushing it into the general education classrooms as much as possible. I feel good about the amount of progress that we’ve made in