How A Speech and Language Pathologist Changed My Son's Life Speech and language pathologists (SLPs) are especially effective when they collaborate with the classroom teacher and team up to maximize their effectiveness, and you can hear me talk much more about how to do that in a new podcast with Cha [...]
https://youtu.be/NKQTgSGDUWA 10 easy to implement resources for your virtual teaching virtual classroom. The links to the resources discussed in the video are: Remote Learning ResourcesTimerFamily Learning HubHeadsproutActively LearnEmotional ABCsOtter (Transcription/speech-to-text)Secure website fo [...]
One of the things we as teachers can do to motivate students and provide them with a sense of personal power – within the class time we have – is to offer choice. This is incredibly important when kids don’t have as many opportunities outside of school to make choices and experience the consequences of those choices. When students take responsibility for their choices, it increases their personal power.
https://youtu.be/wjt5p6sji9M Since March, 2020, teachers across the country, and around the world, have been navigating uncharted waters. They've been abruptly required to plan lessons that support a new model: teaching online. Not only is this a completely unfamiliar environment for many teachers, [...]
We live in a culture of blame. Everything is someone else's fault. This idea is reinforced by television, media, and what we see in the news. Frivolous lawsuits, high insurance rates; everything is someone else's fault. One of the things that kids struggle with is taking ownership for their own behavior.