I am somebody. The me I see is the me I'll be. I can be respectful, responsible and resourceful.
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Podcasts offer a great way to learn and stay on top of just about any topic. In the classroom , students can listen to podcasts as a group and add their own comments and questions to the program. Make podcasts an integral part of your classroom experience with the help of this collection of podcasts. History, Politics & Current Events News, politics, and more are available on these podcasts. This American Life : This weekly show discusses This American Life. 60-Second Civics : The Center for Civic Education offers this quick podcast on civics.
Connect Four (Connect 4) Game [SMART Notebook lesson] This is a review game based upon Connect Four. Feel free to insert your own questions. Enjoy!
For those unfamiliar with the term, a learning style is a way in which an individual approaches learning. Many people understand material much better when it is presented in one format, for example a lab experiment, than when it is presented in another, like an audio presentation.
Handouts: Handout 1 Print Handout 1 U.S. Constitution An Anticipation Guide
Welcome to the Master Teacher ’s online resource for managing student behavior at school and at home—adapted from our best-selling You Can Handle Them All book. We’ve recently given this website a makeover to improve functionality and add new behavior content. As you can see, we’ve also added a “Register” and “Login” feature to the website. Not to worry! You can still access all the behavior information for free—but you will need to simply register for an account first.
Photo by Edwin Stemp By Scott Young Rote memorization is an inefficient way to learn. Just retaining a single formula can mean pounding the same information into your skull dozens of times.
Staff was a newsletter published by Aaron's Associates, a non- profit organization devoted to the support of children who stutter. Nine issues were published during the school year, Sept.-May.
Note: Mary Kate Land teaches Montessori grades 4-6, and is the new facilitator for our Social and Emotional Learning (1) group. She's got some excellent ideas and years of experience working with SEL. We hope you'll join us for some practical, supportive and inspirational discussions. When I first began working in the field of Social/Emotional Learning more than twenty years ago, the term SEL had not yet been invented, and that made it somewhat challenging to talk with teachers and parents about promoting these skills.
Lexercise offers services to help children with reading, writing and spelling disorders such as dyslexia and dysgraphia. We know this can be a confusing and overwhelming time for you and your child, so we've created tools that are simple, highly effective and convenient. Testing for Dyslexia
Various researchers have summarized how to use Bloom’s Taxonomy. Following are four interpretations that you can use as guides in helping to write objectives using Bloom’s Taxonomy. From: KC Metro [old link, no longer functioning?] Bloom’s Taxonomy divides the way people learn into three domains. One of these is the cognitive domain, which emphasizes intellectual outcomes. This domain is further divided into categories or levels.
Complete guide to social stories One Place for Special Needs scoured the Internet to come up with the most complete list of free social stories covering everything from behavior to toilet training. We also have included stories showing sequential processing, the steps for what to expect in a variety of activities. Some are text only and others include pics. Please rate these resources on our site so others can find the best stories first.
This IEP GOAL BANK is the place where you can "deposit" your own IEP goals/objectives and "withdraw" the goals/objectives contributed by others. Few things cause more angst in our profession than writing IEP goals/objectives! One way to simplify the process is to use the template below.
Help your child sit stiller, write better, and read easier with these cool school tools for students with learning disabilities, fine motor delays, sensory integration challenges, or a bad case of the wiggles. 1. Pencil Toppers