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8 Unique Studying Tips for College Students with ADHD

In ADHD, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Educational Strategies & Tips, Study Skills by Doug Puryear

*Many of the tips in this article can also be taught to middle and high school students.School was never really a problem for me – until I went to college and hit a brick wall. I didn’t know how to study, and I didn’t know that I didn’t know how to study. I thought you studied by reading the chapter, …

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How to Use Graphic Organizers to Improve Reading Comprehension, Writing, Listening, Note Taking, and Study Skills

In Educational Strategies & Tips, Educators, Parents, Reading Strategies, Study Skills, Writing/Spelling, Writing/Spelling Strategies by Rachel Wise

A graphic organizer is a research-based tool that provides learners with a visual representation of information, concepts, or ideas. Graphic organizers are often used to help children understand what they are reading. They can also be used to  organize information in order to report it, such as through writing or an oral presentation like a speech. Graphic organizers can also …

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Tips to Help a Child Not Be Alone at Recess or in the Cafeteria

In Bullying, Counselors, Educational Strategies & Tips, Educators, Social Skills, Social-Emotional by Rachel Wise

If you are an educator and you see that a child is constantly alone at recess or lunch, call a meeting, come up with a plan, do something to help that child. Research supports the notion that there are strategies we can use to help a child not be alone at recess, such as more structured play time, incorporating more …

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Online Discount Store Offers Hundreds of Hands-on Activities to Keep Learning Fun & Engaging

In Educational Games and Programs, Educational Strategies & Tips, Educators, Special Education by Rachel Wise

Research demonstrates the benefits of teaching children through a variety of senses (multi-sensory/hands-on learning), which allows children to absorb information through sight, sounds, movement, and touch! In multi-sensory learning, children are active and doing something rather than just sitting passively trying to remember what their teacher is teaching them. “If I can do it, I can understand it.” Related Article: …