“WHAT MAKES A SUCCESSFUL STUDENT?” by James Robert White, Ed. D. S TAY IN SCHOOL! T HINK CAREFULLY! U SE TIME WISELY! D EVELOP GOOD STUDY HABITS! E NGAGE IN MEANINGFUL ACTIVITIES! N EVER SKIP CLASSES! T AKE LEARNING … Continue reading
A great film for discussing resilience, faith, discernment, and pursuit of happiness, August Rush addresses social and emotional needs of gifted learners, especially those with a passion for music.
An avenue of expression that strongly appeals to me. I have found a few artists that I admire and works that I feel inspired by. Check them out via the presentation I am giving in class tonight 🙂
Trying to do too much is a theme in the lives of many educators, but we make it work because we love life… every complicated minute of it. Wednesday, my husband made reservations for a tent site at a campground … Continue reading
Preparing our school district to implement Common Core Standards, the training schedule has been demanding. Over a dozen instructional facilitators and district leaders have been leading teachers through modules that consist of videos, slide shows, and activities as part of … Continue reading
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[By Guest Blogger Randi Beck] According to randomly chosen sources with important sounding names, these are the 10 most frequent warning signs of early memory loss: Disrupts daily life Problems planning or problem…
There are students who show signs of disorders that may share similar symptoms to ADD. Teachers do not have permission to share their insight with parents. A teacher may know the child needs a medication refill. A teacher may believe … Continue reading