Curriculum & InstructionParentsTeachers

If you are an educator or parent, then you have likely spent some time thinking about the best ways to teach children to read. If you are a parent or educator with a struggling reader, you have probably agonized over… Continue Reading…

ParentsSocial-Emotional Learning

As a parent, what will you do when your child is faced with tough challenges that can have a profound impact on his or her life? INcompassing Education has recently launched a series of webinars for parents. These webinars will discuss how parents can help children struggling with various problems and issues. We will provide information, tips, handouts, and resources so you can better support your child.

BehaviorParentsSpecial EducationTeachers

Let’s say one of your students is intimidating you or even scaring you. You feel threatened, bullied, and teaching became a real nightmare. Why is this happening? Children with antisocial or extremely aggressive behaviors can be diagnosed with Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) or Conduct Disorder. Putting a definition over these two will help you understand why certain behaviors are being displayed. These are the main things everyone should know about Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) and Conduct Disorder.

BehaviorParentsSpecial EducationTeachers

What is ADHD? Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a neurological disorder that is characterized by developmentally inappropriate hyperactivity, inattention, or impulsivity. It is believed that children with ADHD have an impairment in the brain’s executive functions which affect the way they learn, store, and retrieve information. ADHD is suspected when a child’s behavior in class is problematic. In this article, we will discuss the symptoms of ADHD.

ParentsSocial-Emotional Learning

The pressures of modern life, anxiety disorders, and depression are common emotional and psychological problems that children nowadays face at a very young age. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), suicide is the third leading cause of death among the youth ages 10 to 24. Suicide prevention and intervention programs in the ongoing professional development for teachers and education support professionals can help mitigate the risk of suicide among students.

Parents

The Role of Parents in Education

 Although learning most structured learning takes place in the confines of the school, that doesn’t mean that parents cannot have an active role in their children’s education. To the contrary, parents can encourage, motivate, and even influence their kids to do well in school. This article will discuss the roles that parents play in the education of their children.