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What To Do When Big Students (and Even Teachers) Have Big Emotions

What To Do When Big Students (and Even Teachers) Have Big Emotions

Ever feel like it’s easier to have compassion and express empathy when a preschooler has a meltdown, but lose your ever-loving mind when a teenager does? Do you ever feel more understanding when your 6 year old loses it, than you colleague?  The good news is… there...

How to Keep Your Cool When Your Students Lose Theirs

How to Keep Your Cool When Your Students Lose Theirs

When a student is in a “reactive brain”, or the flight, flight, freeze, or faint brain, we want you to have clear steps to take. Having clarity helps you remain calm, be at your best, and allows you to support the student in need.  The steps below are divided into...

Inclusive Alternatives to Behavior Charts

Inclusive Alternatives to Behavior Charts

You are a teacher because you are passionate about education and children. Sometimes, however, you will have students with behaviors that challenge you. Although it is seductive to look for quick fixes like behavior charts or using rewards and punishments. Such...

Turning Problems Into Possibilities

Turning Problems Into Possibilities

Ever find yourself using the precious time you have…admiring the problem and never getting to a solution? Find yourself facing the same problems over and over? For example: We don’t have enough time to co-plan. Others don’t see the importance of inclusion. I spend all...

How to Use a Rubber Chicken in Your Classroom

How to Use a Rubber Chicken in Your Classroom

Oftentimes, to create an inclusive classroom we have to be thinking outside the box, or outside of a lot of boxes, so we are sure to include ALL learners. Now with a lot of teaching being done in virtual classrooms, it is even more important to be thinking about how...

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