Education & Behavior is research-based. This is the go-to spot to help a child with learning and behavior. Common problems discussed.
The Pride Reading Program uses a multi-sensory approach based on Orton Gillinham to support students with speech/language needs, dyslexia, and processing challenges.
Check out the answer to the common question, “What does research say about homeschooling?” Does it negatively affect kids’ social and academic progress?
5 must-watch videos for anyone working with or raising kids! Motivational videos for teachers that are great for professional development day!
This article gives four research-based reasons to answer the question: why is physical education is needed in schools?
Learn about diversity and never giving up on your dreams! 10 role models with disabilities show us that we don’t have to let our challenges stand in our way.
This article shows you how to teach students to use graphic organizers to improve reading comprehension, writing, listening, note-taking, and study skills
Working in both cyber and brink & mortar settings, a school psychologist shares 28 possible accommodations and modifications for cyber school students.
This article explains and teaches how to use the reading comprehension strategy “making connections” – a research-based strategy utilized to help children/students improve their reading comprehension.
This article gives several research-based spelling strategies for children (and adults) with and without learning disabilities to help develop or improve their skills. Very helpful for struggling students.
Visualizing and Verbalizing is a research-based strategy that helps students visualize information so they can comprehend it. Students learn to build pictures in their minds to represent text.
Practical, easy-to-follow tips related to the following topics or challenges: temper tantrums, defiace, focus, social skills, impulsivity, hyperactivity, boundary setting, teaching accountability, goal setting, natural and logical consequences, creating positive interactions, building confidence and self-esteem, and positive behavior strategies
Use mini-schedules to help your child be cooperative and confident as they crush their goals and go through their day. Get free visual schedule ideas for chldren on the autism spectrum or those with other behavioral needs.
Excellent parenting tips wrapped into a clever poem. Check out positive parenting poetry.
Fun hands-on learning materials (and ideas) for elementary math skills (Counting, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Time & Money)
Fun hands-on activities to teacher basic reading (phonics, sight words, decoding)
This article provides the information from the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act regarding IEP and 504 Plan services during COVID-19.
Find out about the difference between autism and asperger’s and the characteristics of autism spectrum disorder.
Effective research-based math problem solving strategies for kids that parents can try at home. Help your child improve math applications.
Teach children to write letters and numbers correctly using fun, research-based, multisensory strategies. Help address letter reversals, writing reluctance, trouble remembering letter form and more.
Check out these research-based strategies to help your child or student with reading fluency.