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Self-Regulation Coping Strategies for Classroom Management | Calm Corner Tools
Teaching self-regulation tools helps the thinking part of their brain, the pre-fontal cortex, to remain engaged and in charge. Many of our students need extra support in this area, often coming to school already in a state of fear, worry & chronic stress. Until we help students manage and relate to these challenging emotional experiences, they will have a hard time learning the academic tools that students need to be successful in and out of school. #SchoolCounselors #Teachers
3 Simple Ways to Improve Communication with Parents
For teachers, developing positive relationships with students, parents and their families is the most important part of the job. These simple ways to improve communication with parents and families will help teachers to build lasting bonds and relationships that are critical for student success in the classroom.
Dana 🏫 2nd Grade Teacher on Instagram: “Is it TESTING time in your classroom? I don't mean state testing. I mean "Test the teacher to see if she still wants me to follow the…”
Dana on Instagram: “Is it TESTING time in your classroom? I don't mean state testing. I mean "Test the teacher to see if she still wants me to follow the…”
11 Surprising Tips That Will Make the Strong-Willed Child More Cooperative
You've heard all the same ideas about how to make the strong-willed child more cooperative, but parenting isn't always discipline. Whether it's your daughter, toddler or boy, I've got 11 surprising tips that will make a big difference with a little effort.
To the Parent of the Strong-Willed Boy
Is his strong will wearing you out? You’re not alone! I’ve helped many parents with their strong-willed children, and I have some key tips to help you through it. Learn more about how The Child Whisperer can help you thechildwhisperer.com/book #thechildwhisperer #caroltuttle #strongwilledboy
Dealing with Oppositional Defiant Disorder? 18 Tips for Parents and Teachers
Dealing with Oppositional Defiant Disorder | Parenting and teaching a child with ODD is hard, but there are many different treatment and therapy options, and this post contains all the signs and symptoms as well as 18 strategies to help parents and teachers discipline a child with ODD (and ADHD) at home and in the classroom. From behavior charts to logical consequences to anger management, these ideas are practical and effective! #ODD #oppositionaldefiantdisoder #ADHD #positiveparenting
10 Proven Strategies for Helping an Anxious Child | Special Mom Advocate
10 Proven Strategies for Helping an Anxious Child. I have used the following strategies with children and found they are very effective at shifting thought patterns and helping a child find a more centered place. #specialed #specialneeds #anxiety #mentalhealth #autism #adhd #apd #spd
Growth Mindset Books for Kids That Teach Important Life Lessons
I have noticed in my many years as a childcare worker, and a now a parent, that children are deeply touched by the books they read. This is why I like to read them books that teach important life lessons. During the many years that I have been reading books to children, these have stood out as some of the very best.