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Goal Setting Through Self Reflection by Bill Reed   Right now, teaching, and basically any job in education, can seem overwhelming. There are so many things we could be doing. It is very easy to lose sight of the big… Continue Reading…

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Reducing Test Stress Strategies for standardized test anxiety By Tiffany Creager     My family moved from Michigan to Indiana in April of 1988, the end of my 2nd grade year. Upon joining my new class, my teacher did an… Continue Reading…

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Employability Skills: Mindset 5 ways to encourage lifelong learning and self-confidence in your classroom through the teaching of growth mindset By Tiffany Creager   Employability skills are a set of skills outside of technical or academic competencies that are desired… Continue Reading…

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5 Simple Ways to Improve Teacher Morale &  Decrease Principals’ Stress Written by Dianne McKinley   Just when we thought education was one of the most stressful jobs on the planet, BOOM, it got more stressful. Educators are reporting record… Continue Reading…

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Simple Strategies for Big Worries Supporting Students with Anxiety by Tiffany Creager   Last December I wrote about prioritizing our adult mental wellness during times of stress and uncertainty. I was hopeful at the time that this year would feel… Continue Reading…

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Understanding and Addressing Stress in the Classroom By Tiffany Creager   Stress is a part of life and it can even be helpful! We perform better under some level of stress, it can motivate us to reach our goals and… Continue Reading…

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Have Your Students Trained You? Written by Bill Reed   My guess is if I ask teachers who have taught for more than one year, they can name a student they know who will come to class without any materials… Continue Reading…

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5 Steps to Helping Students on the Autism Spectrum Written by Amanda Rinehart   Applied Behavioral Analysis…you have heard about it and you may have been told to use it. “They” told you that it will solve all of your… Continue Reading…

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HAPPY SUMMER BREAK! Most everyone has finished the school year and e-learning as the primary mode of learning is hopefully a thing of the past.  There are many different theories going around about how the beginning of the new school year will look, but right now it’s time to relax a little and give yourself a much-deserved break. However, one thing you may not want to lose grip of is behavior management.  

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The school year is up and running, and you’re probably preparing for the first set of assessments for your class. By now, you’ve likely determined which students need extra…extra help on assignments, extra attention from you, extra activities to keep them challenged and, of course, EXTRA help with behavioral issues! And, then there’s the elusive kid who needs EXTRA of all of the above! So the question is, are you proactive or reactive with your classroom management?

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