Friday, September 8, 2017

Educational Links 9/9/17

The Power of Visualization in Math

Top Rated PBL Tool Grows Problem-Solving Skills

How to deal with *that* class late on a Friday afternoon

Social-Emotional Skills Should Be an Integral Part of Every Lesson We Teach

3 Good Educational Sites for Science Teachers

15 Reflection Strategies To Help Students Retain What You Just Taught Them

Test Scores Don't Tell the Whole Story (Q&A)

Why Kids With ADHD May Experience Sensory Overload

Food textures. The feel of certain types of clothing. Changes in routine. You may recognize these as examples of things that can trigger sensory overload for kids with sensory processing issues.
But sensory overload can happen with kids who have other diagnoses too, including ADHD (also known as ADD). Many people also associate sensory issues with kids who have autism spectrum disorders. And sometimes ADHD and autism can co-occur.

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