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Behavior Blocks…a simple behavior plan that doesn't require a chart!

behavior blocks

Behavior Blocks…a simple behavior plan that doesn't require a chart! I like this adaptation of the clip chart, though I would give blocks back if the student improved his behavior.

Tattling vs Telling  video with examples of both (this would be great to go along with Kelso's big vs. small lesson!) @Amy Brower Sixkiller

Tattling vs Telling video with examples of both. Pair with Don't Squeal Unless It's a Big Deal or Tattle Tongue and Kelso's big problems and small problems.

Number Sense: Rethinking Arithmetic Instruction for Students with Mathematical Disabilities---This is THE best summary of the research on the best practices of teaching students with math disabilities (both in regular ed and in the special ed classroom).  This is a must read for SPED teachers who are attempting to remediate math skills in young children.  BE SURE TO CLICK ON THE BLUE LETTERS--

The National Center for Learning Disabilities provides an overview of visual and auditory processing disorders.

Challenging behaviors in your classroom?  Check out this website for tons of ideas. Great for RtI!

Response to Intervention and Behavior - Helpful site to look up ways to respond to classroom behavior issues

Learn about why students with ADHD, autism, and emotional/behavioral disorders avoid writing, and get tips on how to help them at A Peach for the Teach!

Learn about why students with ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, emotional/behavioral disorders, and anxiety related disabilities avoid writing-- and get tips on how to help them-- from A Peach for the Teach

Little Stars Learning: Assessments

Gifted, bright, smart, talented are different things. You can have a talented failure or a gifted student who makes Cs or a bright child who's a little loosey-goosey but works hard and gets the As that the smart kid won't earn.

This is a well written explanation of the role of the school counselor from the point of view of  an elementary school student.

School counseling - Counselor - Kid - This is a well written explanation of the role of the school counselor from the point of view of an elementary school student.

Mrs. Wills Kindergarten: Classroom Behavior.. would be great for a student that needs an individual plan

10 Anchor Charts for Mastering Behavior Expectations

Wills Kindergarten: Classroom Behavior. would be great for a student that needs an individual plan Not as many different areas. Don't want to set the student too apart from the students.

Useful!

When Things Go Wrong (word doc) Sheet for when kids come in after play stressed about 'issues' that have happened outside. Good to keep as a record, for giving some 'cool down' time

Free counselors version of teachers pay teachers. We all share lessons and get everything on the site for free!

Free counselors version of teachers pay teachers. School counselors share lessons and get everything on the site for free!

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