Learn 5 effective ways to deescalate negative behaviors in your classroom!
the Tutor House ~ I have a treat for you today! One hot topic in the education world today is executive functioning. Anne-Marie Morey reached out to me to write a post about how to help students that are distracte.
Does your child lash out at you or others? Find out what might be behind the anger and what you can do to help.
Even experienced teachers need to read this. Practicing procedures and routines to mastery! This is gold. Do this technique for any procedure, it works! The best "how to" from Fred Jones on establishing rules, procedures and standards in your classroom!
Visual Schedules on a pill box - when the kid completes a task they can open the pill compartment for a small reinforcer! This would be such a great way to reinforce kids who have a hard time completing anything!
Just because you can't see a disability doesn't mean he/she doesn't have a disability. Don't be so quick to judge a parent or child from one encounter.
Do you need ideas for creating a fidget box for your classroom? Check out these 4 "must have" items to use for helping with attention and sensory issues. Excellent post with great ideas that are well explained!
Soda Pop Emotions is a fun social emotional lesson to help kids understand how to deal with strong emotions. The cocoa trick is also a good short video that teaches about taking deep breaths.
Link to ADDitude Magazine. ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) symptoms, medication, treatment, information, help and diagnosis for ADD adults and parents of children with ADHD and learning disabilities from ADDitude magazine.
Pelican Talk helps Children with Autism - FREE TIP-SHEETS SOCIAL SAM explores social routines and the thoughts and speech that underpin them.
Activities to teach children impulse control - Thinkstock Images/Comstock