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Response to Intervention: The Ultimate Social Skills Checklist
I have learned (the hard way) that not all social skill deficits are one &
Education to the Core
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Stranger In Moscow
Kale is so good for you, but honestly, it isn’t easy to eat in the same old way every day. This easy salad – it is too easy to call a recipe – is a sure-fire way to make anyone a believer in the tastiness of kale. With only a few simple ingredients, this is so easy that it will likely become a dinner favorite. Kale Avocado Salad 2 cups coarsely chopped Italian kale (large ribs removed) Juice of 1 lemon 1 ripe avocado 1/4 teaspoon each, salt and pepper 1. Mix all ingredients together and…
Effective Teaching Strategies for Students With Emotional & Behavioral Disorders
Many children struggle with controlling their behavior and emotions because they have not learned the skills necessary to regulate their moods and to think before they act. For students with behavioral or emotional disorders, the task is not just difficult. These students have medical conditions that can lead them to ...
Alyssha Swanson - Teaching and Tapas
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Zinnia and Dot (Viking Kestrel Picture Books)
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Behavior Management Tip
Do your students start acting up around this time of year? The kids at my school definitely are! Maybe it's all those indoor recess days along with 3 months of school with no breaks. One day last week, my students came into the room bouncing off the walls so before we started morning work I told them that I would pick someone who clipped up that day to choose a prize before dismissal. Suddenly all most of the kids were focused on doing everything they could to get clipped up. It worked so…