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Yet by mholtzen I started using the word “Yet” with my students a couple years ago. When a child says, “But I don’t get it,” or “I can’t do this,” which happens often in my land of perfectionists, I add the word, “Yet” to the end of their declaration.

EdTech Associates focuses on the latest technology for the UDL classroom. There are links to apps students can use and it features a newsletter that outlines the "best of the web" - full of resources students can use in your classroom. Much of it focuses on literacy and the site features eBooks for kids in your classroom. Be tech savvy!!!

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Building EQ While Expanding IQ

Corkboard Connections: Learn how to build students' emotional quotient (EQ) while expanding their intelligence quotient (IQ).

Unleashing the Power of Positivity in Your School

Enhance your practical optimism through focusing on the upside, gratitude, small acts of kindness, emotional mindfulness, brain and body exercise, and positive surroundings.

15 Strategies to Help Students with ADHD

This pin has great strategies for differentiating for students with ADHD. I like that the tips they give are simple and to the point, so teachers can easily implement them into the classroom. This pin could also fit under classroom management.

Yeah, I wish I was making this up. Via NRO: Nebraska school district has instructed its teachers to stop referring to students by “gendered expressions” such as “boys and girls,” and use “gender inclusive” ones such as “purple penguins” instead. “Don’t use phrases such as ‘boys and girls,’ ‘you guys,’ ‘ladies and gentlemen,’ and similarly…