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Anger Management for Children

Psycho-Educational Interventions for Managing Students with Anger Problems:Anger Management for…Continue

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Blogs in Special Education

Comprehensive List of Blogs Created by Special Teachers for Special Teachers:Blogs for Special…Continue

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The Best Behavior Management Advice I Ever Got

The best advice I ever received came from my mentor teacher back in my college years, "Make them love you. When they love you, they'll do anything for you... even learn." This message seemed so…Continue

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Started Sep 8, 2011

Coping Skills for Children
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This is an excerpt from my blog post, “What are Coping Skills? An Overview.” To read all five articles on this topic, click on the links at the bottom of this post.Forman (1993) defines coping skills…Continue

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Essentials of Emotional Communication for Reaching the Unreachable Student: Where Do I Start? What Do I Say? How Do I Do It?

This innovative book is a comprehensive source of interactive (language-based) skills that gives teachers, school counselors, school psychologists, and administrators a unique opportunity in connecting, influencing, and guiding hard to reach students. Elsewhere, effective behavior managers are best known for their strong repertoire of interpersonal communication skills. Understanding how verbal and nonverbal messages operate in our interactions with our most challenging students enables school…See More
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I am the author of 60+ books and articles in child guidance and in alternative teaching techniques for students struggling in the classroom. All my publications are available on my free blog, "The Psycho-Educational Teacher."

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Essentials of Emotional Communication for Reaching the Unreachable Student: Where Do I Start? What Do I Say? How Do I Do It?

This innovative book is a comprehensive source of interactive (language-based) skills that gives teachers, school counselors, school psychologists, and administrators a unique opportunity in connecting, influencing, and guiding hard to reach students. Elsewhere, effective behavior managers are best known for their strong repertoire of interpersonal communication skills. Understanding how verbal and nonverbal messages operate in our interactions with our most challenging students enables…

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Posted on February 26, 2013 at 7:51am

All Behavior is Communication: How to Give Feedback, Criticism, and Corrections that Improve Behavior/Excerpt

Classroom learning is fifty percent content or instruction and fifty percent context or environment. To maximize overall classroom performance, keeping all students focused, engaged, and receptive to learning, teachers must be able to walk, smoothly and effortlessly, the very fine line between what teaching methodology is (content) and what emotional atmosphere is (context). In other words, to reach the right balance content-context, teachers need to pay attention equally both to what…

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Posted on May 24, 2012 at 7:30am

Free Lesson Plans and Exercises: Social-Emotional Literacy

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FACTS ABOUT FEELINGS

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SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL DICTIONARY WITH EXERCISES

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Posted on May 6, 2012 at 8:19am

What is an Attention Deficit Problem?

An attention deficit problem is defined as a significant difficulty in focusing and maintaining attention in the classroom. The main symptoms are lack of concentration, difficulty paying attention, unable to focus, difficulty remaining on task, and impulsivity; all behaviors that lead to learning problems, and may lead also to behavior problems in the classroom. There are predominantly two types: the inattentive type or ADD and the hyperactive-impulsive type or ADHD.  Children vary in the…

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At 2:43pm on June 24, 2011, teachmama--amy said…
Hi, Carmen!!
WELCOME to 'we teach', my friend!! So happy you're here and I truly look forward to learning from you!
Hope that you find our forum as supportive and full of resources as we all do and that you find some ideas that work for you!
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