Visualizing and Verbalizing is a research-based strategy that helps students visualize information so they can comprehend it.
Quick math tips; beneficial for any student who wants to improve math skills.
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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)
Get ideas for teaching coding to elementary students and learn more about the benefits of teaching this important skill.
This article provides the information from the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act regarding IEP and 504 Plan services during COVID-19.
Research-based academic strategies to teach students on the autism spectrum
Try these research-based math problem solving strategies with you child or students.
Research-based strategies to help children write letters and numbers correctly and combat reversals.
Check out these research-based strategies to help your child or student with reading fluency.
Research-based strategies to handle temper tantrums at home and in school
Find out how to stop temper tantrums from a school psychologist and licensed behavior specialist.
This article gives research-based tips about how to teach empathy to children.
This research-based article gives you effective strategies to support kids with challenging behaviors!
As humans, we naturally like to move and use our hands! Do you ever notice yourself moving a part of your body (shaking your leg, biting your lip, playing with your fingers, touching your hair) or touching something in your environment (a soft couch, the tv remote, a cup, a fidget toy, a blanket, your phone). We also like to …
This comprehensive research-based program (Corrective Reading) has been found to be effective for students with learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, and autism spectrum disorder.
The information below is posted with permission from an anonymous individual on the autism spectrum! We would love more than anything to credit the author by name; however, he/she requested anonymity! “Do you remember the moment you first heard the word autism? I do. It was February 3, 2004. That was when my mother decided to tell me I was …
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 …
Being courageous and taking on a challenge are critical skills for a successful and fulfilled life.
Bullies and meanies have been around since forever. If you were young before the internet came about, you know that most bullying happened in person. Bullies tormented other kids during recess, at the bus stop, in the hallway, or cafeteria. However, the bullying generally stopped once a child got home. The house was a safe place and a haven that …