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Great info graphic reminder of the steps of teaching a new skill. Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: Instruct, Model, Practice, Praise

Great info graphic reminder of the steps of teaching a new skill. Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: Instruct, Model, Practice, Praise(Step Children Classroom)

presentlygifted teaching and motivating high potential learners

Gifted, bright, smart, talented are different things. You can have a talented failure or a gifted student who makes Cs or a bright child who's a little loosey-goosey but works hard and gets the As that the smart kid won't earn.

What is Autism?  Note: Experienced SLPs can diagnose autism; however, most work as a team with other professionals to do so.

What is Autism? Note: Experienced SLPs can diagnose autism; however, most work as a team with other professionals to do so.Tap the link to check out great fidgets and sensory toys. Check back often for sales and new items. Happy Hands make Happy People!

Instead of "I don't know. Great poster.

Phrases kids can use instead of "I don't know." These sayings are helpful in encouraging a growth mindset in the classroom.

Never judge a child...

Never judge a child. Open minds & open hearts will open doors to learning. This applies to anyone working with kids.

Social Skills I Did it (printable)

Social Skills I Did it - for teachers of younger kids. “We teach our children to tie their shoes and ride their bikes, over and over. We need to teach them social-emotional skills in the same manner.

Here are the five basic areas that early intervention specialists evaluate.

At a Glance: What an Early Intervention Evaluation Looks At

What does an early intervention evaluation look at? Here's a glance at the five areas of development that are assessed in babies and toddlers.

HIP-4O Conflict Resolution "Peacemakers and Peacebreakers". In HIP-4O we talked about trying to talk in "I" Messages, it helps us understand how we can better our ways of speaking to people and try to make the situation easier to handle for everybody. This photo shows the different ways to handle situations properly.

ANCHOR CHARTS: Use with the book The Peaceful Classroom by Naomi Drew and the No, David books by David Shannon to set up classroom rules and distinguish a peacemaker from a peacebreaker.

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Social Skills & Pragmatics: My Problem Solving Story. From Ross Greene-amazing!

Twinkl Resources >> Think Before You Speak Poster  >> Classroom printables for Pre-School, Kindergarten, Elementary School and beyond! Posters, Behavior, Class Management

Twinkl Resources >> Think Before You Speak Poster >> Classroom printables for Pre-School, Kindergarten, Elementary School and beyond!

Kids and anxiety

10 tips to Parent Your Anxious Child. Tips by Dr. Anne Marie Albano shared with our Kidlutions' readers! GREAT tips and a GREAT book! Super to share with parents, teachers when caring for anxious kids!

Rude / Mean / Bullying: from Trudy Ludwig's website Prevent bullying now and in the future at http://www.fuzeus.com

Rude / Mean / Bullying: from Trudy Ludwig's website <--Still, there can be, for some kids, real trauma from "just" mean

10 tips for teaching children how to follow directions in the classroom or home.

Tips for Following Directions in the Classroom

10 tips to help children fallow directions. Fallow these tips and you will get more cooperation. For parents, caregivers or teachers.

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