Monday, April 15, 2019

Educational Links 4/16/19


3 Ways to Make a Difference This Week


Strategies for Managing Disruptive Kids


Is It Time to Ban Computer Note-Taking?


Pictures of the American Revolution - And Other Resources for Patriots' Day



Using a Social Media Account With Your Class


Will Child-Care Services Help Recruit Teachers? Oklahoma District Aims to Find Out


Teachers Guide to OCD in the Classroom


Children who have obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) are plagued with unwanted thoughts, images or impulses that are difficult to suppress, causing them great stress and worry. These are called obsessions. To alleviate the anxiety caused by their obsessive thoughts, they perform repetitive, ritualized actions called compulsions. A child with OCD might need to line things up, touch things in a certain order when leaving the room or wash his hands repeatedly.

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