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Five reasons teachers should start a blog (if they haven't already done so!)

Five reasons teachers should start a blog (if they haven't already done so!)

Visit this classroom teacher blog for 20 ADHD / ADD (autism, asperger's, PDD NOS)  teaching strategies, tips and accommodations that work with elementary and middle school kids. (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th grade)

Top 20 ADHD Accommodations and Modifications That Work

Visit this classroom teacher blog for 20 ADHD / ADD (autism, asperger's, PDD NOS) teaching strategies, tips and accommodations that work with elementary and middle school kids. (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th grade)

Is your child gifted? How to identify giftedness and avoiding 10 myths about giftedness

Is your child gifted? How to identify giftedness and avoiding 10 myths about giftedness

Teach123 - tips for teaching elementary school: Student Working Below Level

Student Working Below Level

Multiple Intelligences Graphic-An educational theorist and brain researcher who has had a huge impact on teaching practice is Howard Gardner of Harvard University’s Project Zero. Gardner postulates that there are many different kinds of intelligence, and that we all possess them in varying degrees. These “different ways to be smart” represent ways of looking at the world that can become doorways to understanding when teachers consciously include differentiated learning strategies in the…

Dance and Multiple Intelligences

Multiple Intelligences Graphic-An educational theorist and brain researcher who has had a huge impact on teaching practice is Howard Gardner of Harvard University’s Project Zero. Gardner postulates that there are many different kinds of intelligence, and that we all possess them in varying degrees. These “different ways to be smart” represent ways of looking at the world that can become doorways to understanding when teachers consciously include differentiated learning strategies in the…

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