Bright student vs. gifted learner?... Very good info Perfect - this explains better what I've known and tried to share with parents and teachers. 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.

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.

Behavior plan

I thought the idea of incremental punishment is good, gradually prolonging the loss of recess time gives teachers and students room to work and improve before giving them a harsh consequence for misbehaving based on the level of misbehavior.

Student "check in"

This is something new that I've started in my individual counseling sessions. It serves a few purposes - it helps me gather data on how effective the sessions are, helps students self-reflect, and.

Brain Break Poster - Every classroom needs this!

Free printable for Brain Breaks - roll a die for each column and perform the brain break. Encourages using both sides of the body, physical movement and alerting activities. Great for in school for quick movement breaks or indoor recess.

Activities: Make a "Mood Meter" Sign - looks like a cool activity.

Make a

Make a color coded "mood meter" with your kindergartener to help her recognize and tell her feelings while building reading and writing skills. Can color code moods to "My Many Colored Days" by Dr.

ADHD and Your Child Infographic

Some children with ADHD display impulsive symptoms like extreme impatience, a low frustration tolerance, or even no regard for consequences. Turn to this learning disorder infographic from Brain Balance New Jersey to learn more about ADHD.

Two Awesome Visuals On ADHD for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. This is a great reminder for teachers with ADHD students that I will be sure to remember when I am a teacher.

Pay attention, please… Sometimes it is the students who are bored and sometimes it is the instructor who is boring. Engaged students pay attention.

Pay attention, please…

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