9 ways to support your child with ADHD without singling them out

9 ways to support your child with ADHD without singling them out

Collaborative problem solving helps students with ADHD develop greater self-awareness and improves their planning and problem-solving skills, which over time strengthens their self-regulation capacity.” But there are also other ways that parents and education professionals can support these children in the classroom without singling them out, as follows: 1.

Regarding Spencer

Regarding Spencer

In our interaction a decade ago, I was able to get in sync with Spencer because I had found that connecting with children with special needs takes extra thought, time, and tact.

5th-grade class holds mock slave auction selling black students; authorities investigating

5th-grade class holds mock slave auction selling black students; authorities investigating

Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about LinkedIn Pinterest 5th-grade class holds mock slave auction selling black students; authorities investigating The N.Y. Attorney General is investigating a mock slave auction in which white students bid on black students at a private school in Bronxville, N.Y. Post to Facebook Sent!

3 teachers on leave following display of noose images labeled 'back to school necklaces'

3 teachers on leave following display of noose images labeled 'back to school necklaces'

Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about LinkedIn Pinterest 3 teachers on leave following display of noose images labeled 'back to school necklaces' The Long Island, New York, teachers were put on leave with pay until a school district investigation is completed.

Are We the Path of Least Resistance Parenting Generation?

Are We the Path of Least Resistance Parenting Generation?

Learn about your own approach to parenting and think about how this is working towards or against the building of your child’s sense of resilience and emotional strength

Kindergarten teacher gets same haircut as bullied student: 'I'm here for her'

Kindergarten teacher gets same haircut as bullied student: 'I'm here for her'

Shannon Grimm and Priscilla Perez, seen with matching hairstyles Willis ISD The students were blown away by their teacher’s new look once they returned to school, and Grimm used it as a teachable moment.

School dress code for parents? Why this Tennessee lawmaker says it's necessary

School dress code for parents? Why this Tennessee lawmaker says it's necessary

State representative Antonio Parkinson said that after talking with school leaders, educators and other constituents, he'd heard enough "horror stories" about the way adults dress — and behave — when they visit Tennessee public schools, that it was time to give them their own set of rules.

Bad or Spirited? Picky or Discerning? Rude or Honest?

Bad or Spirited? Picky or Discerning? Rude or Honest?

Some typical words on that list: argumentative, destructive, obnoxious, defiant, exhausting, explosive, aggressive, inflexible, whiny, noisy, picky, and stubborn. By changing the words you use to think about your child, you soothe your frightened or angry reactions, you change your perceptions of your child, and you move into an emotional zone where thoughtfully responsive parenting is possible.

One teacher has this brilliant trick to combat bullying, loneliness

One teacher has this brilliant trick to combat bullying, loneliness

Every Friday afternoon Chase’s teacher asks her students to take out a piece of paper and write down the names of four children with whom they’d like to sit the following week.

I'm at my wits end regarding my 5-year old son. He doesn't follow rules at my house and his mother only makes it worse. : Parenting

I'm at my wits end regarding my 5-year old son. He doesn't follow rules at my house and his mother only makes it worse. : Parenting

He doesn't follow rules at my house and his mother only makes it worse. TLDR: 5-year old son doesn't follow rules at my house, frequently disciplined. Frequently, he will be released from time out and break the same rule 2 minutes later.

A teacher reveals what your child's report card is REALLY saying

A teacher reveals what your child's report card is REALLY saying

We recruited a veteran teacher to decode the messages hidden in your child's end of year report. When my daughter’s kindergarten teacher described her as an “enthusiastic learner” in her end of year school report I felt a warm flush of pride.

LGBTQ-Inclusion in Elementary Schools: What Teachers Can Do

LGBTQ-Inclusion in Elementary Schools: What Teachers Can Do

In our recently published article, “Elementary teachers’ experiences with LGBTQ-inclusive education: Addressing fears with knowledge to improve confidence and practices” we share what we learned about elementary educators and how this might help others working to make their schools and classrooms more welcoming to all students and families, particularly those who are part of the LGBTQ community.

Sorry Sean Hannity, the Truth about Santa Isn’t “Fake News”

Sorry Sean Hannity, the Truth about Santa Isn’t “Fake News”

Teachers have an obligation to give their student true and factual information; if a parent decides to lie to their children about something, it’s not a teacher’s fault when that child comes to them as their student and asks for the truth--even if it is about Santa.

Substitute teacher spoils Christmas for First Graders

Substitute teacher spoils Christmas for First Graders

The fill-in teacher at Cedar Hill School in Montville, U.S. revealed to her Year 1 class that Santa isn't real, according to NJ.com. “During the course of the day, a substitute teacher apparently announced to the class that Santa was not real,” the school's principal Michael J.

24 best teacher gifts 2018

24 best teacher gifts 2018

Let any teacher pick out their own treats with their very own gift card from Amazon. Max Brenner First Aid Chocolate Gift Box $45 Amazon Max Brenner First Aid Chocolate Gift Box $45 Amazon Maple Syrup Gift Set $20 Amazon

How to deal with your child's report card, both the good and the bad

How to deal with your child's report card, both the good and the bad

Dr Anna Cohen, Sydney’s leading Clinical Child Psychologist offers advice on positive steps you can take to deal with your child’s disappointing school report in a constructive way, which will help boost their self esteem and your confidence that they can improve.

Managing Teacher-Student Conflict

Managing Teacher-Student Conflict

In those situations, it’s OK for parents to help set up the meeting, but ultimately you will want your teen to do most of the talking and so does the teacher.

Parenting advice: Is it ever OK to tell your child to hit another?

Parenting advice: Is it ever OK to tell your child to hit another?

"The boy next to her is continually touching her, stroking her hair, face and her arms and legs and she has asked him to stop," the woman wrote.

Sextuplets Mom Courtney Waldrop Feels ‘Guilty’ When She Leaves Kids

Sextuplets Mom Courtney Waldrop Feels ‘Guilty’ When She Leaves Kids

Courtney and Eric, who began dating in junior high and tied the knot in 2004, are grateful for their noisy home after Courtney’s high-risk pregnancy. Your marriage should not be stronger,’” Courtney told Us.