Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Will be traveling a couple days--to see family and two S F Giants games in the most beautiful stadium of all.
Gotta go and catch my flight!
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
What We are Doing to Ensure High-Quality PBL for All
New Teacher Survival Guide: Differentiating Instruction
Why School Stress is Toxic for Our Kids
Redesigning the Traditional Assembly
The Difficult (and Satisfying) Run of Teaching Defiant Students
7 Afterschool Activities That Sneak Math Into Your Child’s Day
Slow Processing Speed and Anxiety: What You Need to Know
Most kids with learning and attention issues face situations that make them feel anxious. Often, these situations involve their weakness. For a child with dyslexia, it might be reading out loud in class. For a child with dysgraphia, it might be writing a book report.But for kids with slow processing speed, anxious moments can pop up throughout the day, and without warning. That’s because their processing speed issues can impact everything from taking tests to talking with friends. And in some cases, the frequent anxiety turns into an anxiety disorder.
Monday, September 26, 2016
3 Ways Teachers Can Hurt Their Students
Types of Tests for Dyslexia
Seattle changed school bell times to let teens sleep in. Here's what happened
Some Interesting Statistics & Facts on Social Media in Education You Must Know
An Appeal to My Child’s Kindergarten Teacher
Behavior Management Tips of the Week
This tip archive offers helpful advice for dealing with a wide variety of classroom situations, including student inattention, noise, and tardiness as well as inappropriate behavior, lost supplies, boredom, bullying, irresponsibility, and many others.
Sunday, September 25, 2016
See what a kid with autism sees for 90 eye-opening seconds.Mindfulness for Educators
Every 504 Plan Should Include These ADHD Accommodations