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Educational resources to use in the hopes we can teach these kids to be functional adults. One can try.

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My Multiple Intelligences – The First Stop on the CareerSmarts Journey | School Counseling by Heart

Wow! What amazing feedback I’ve gotten after my last post, Creating CareerSmarts! Thank you to everyone for your kind comments and enthusiasm. I’m so glad that other school counselors (and other ed…

Learning Styles for Kids, 5 Steps to Discover the Best Types of Learning - Healthy Family and Me

Learning styles. Is there value in using them to educate my child? For sure, find out how to successfully educate your child with learning styles every day.

Strategies for Reaching ALL Learners

Tips and strategies for incorporating different teaching methods to meet the needs of all learners, whether they have visual, auditory, reading/ writing, or kinesthetic learning preferences.

CONE OF LEARNING: Creating Active Learners through Sensory Integration & Hands-On Experiences - Integrated Learning Strategies

How the cone of learning fosters sensory integration and creates active learners.

Five Favorite Pins of April - 2014 - Make Moments Matter

I will admit, I spend a lot of time on Pinterest browsing ideas, getting inspiration, and seeing how other teachers decorate and plan for teaching. Pinterest can be a really great tool to help you plan for your own classroom and inspire you to try new things. Why not share […]

Scientific Inquiry

Sticky #teaching: Understanding what a #brain can't ignore. | Free Sticky Teaching Poster | There’s been significant traction with my sticky teaching infographic. When I created it, it was for a specific purpose, but I created a generic version and put it on SlideShare and it got over twenty thousand views. One of the most common requests was from teachers who wanted a poster to put it up in a resource location, or place like that. So I created this version of the poster.

Sticky #teaching: Understanding what a #brain can't ignore. | Free Sticky Teaching Poster | There’s been significant traction with my sticky teaching infographic. When I created it, it was for a specific purpose, but I created a generic version and put it on SlideShare and it got over twenty thousand views. One of the most common requests was from teachers who wanted a poster to put it up in a resource location, or place like that. So I created this version of the poster.

Are you finding your current study routine not as effective as it could be? Maybe it’s time to follow a new study schedule that will help you better retain

11 Good Study Habits to Better Understand Your Lessons

Are you a student looking to build good study habits? Is your daily routine not as effective as it could be? Maybe it’s time to follow a new study schedule that will help you better retain material, manage your time and even help you improve your concentration and focus. Here are 11 habits you can use to enhance your learning style, develop a good study routine and start achieving your educational goals. ​ Good Study Habit #1 - Know Your Dominant Learning Style It’s important to know that…

Love these quick (and funny!) talks to inspire leadership and teach character with my high school students! Perfect to fill an extra 15 minutes or all together as a mini character-building unit.

Quick Ted Talks to Develop Leadership and Character – Engaging and Effective Teaching

Talking to high school students about leadership and character is tricky. Most of what is said sounds cliche at best and patronizing at worst. So I turned to Ted Talks for a little help. Following is a list of talks that are brief - six minutes at most - and often funny. They approach the ...

Here's a step-by-step lesson plan on how to teach blackout poetry. Your students will love it -- it's a great way to complete a poetry or creative writing unit. Students will use higher level thinking to create theme, imagery, and vivid word choice. #poetry #blackoutpoetry #lessonplan

How to Teach Blackout Poetry - Just Add Students

Here's a step-by-step lesson plan on how to teach blackout poetry. Your students will love it -- it's a great way to complete a poetry or creative writing unit. Students will use higher level thinking to create theme, imagery, and vivid word choice. #poetry #blackoutpoetry #lessonplan

These fun kids podcasts for children are also perfect for moms and dads.

25 Podcasts to Keep Kids Entertained During Quarantine

The best podcasts for kids are include history, mystery, and storytelling. These are the educational family podcasts parents will like too.

Are you using podcasts in your classroom yet? There are LOTS of benefits of using podcasts in your classroom with your students! Foster reflective thinking with this FREEBIE and start using podcasts with your students today!

Using Podcasts in the Classroom - Teach Create Motivate

Are you using podcasts in your classroom yet? There are LOTS of benefits of using podcasts in your classroom with your students! Foster reflective thinking with this FREEBIE and start using podcasts with your students today!

Looking for more ways to enhance learning with technology? Consider podcasts: This excellent collection of eight can be shared with your students tomorrow. #CultofPedagogy #classroomtechnology #flippedclassroom #teachwithtech #techintheclassroom #earlyelementary #upperelementary #middleschool #highschool #ELA #science #musiced #podcast

8 Great Educational Podcasts for Kids | Cult of Pedagogy

Looking for more ways to enhance learning with technology? Consider podcasts: This excellent collection of eight can be shared with your students tomorrow. #CultofPedagogy #classroomtechnology #flippedclassroom #teachwithtech #techintheclassroom #earlyelementary #upperelementary #middleschool #highschool #ELA #science #musiced #podcast