I would be willing to bet you that every classroom in America has, at the very least, one child with ADD in it. Maybe they haven’t been diagnosed yet, but they have the symptoms loud and clear. As teachers, it is our job to “level the playing field” for these kiddos. Some people, mostly outside […]
It is L day for the A to Z Blogging Challenge! And my L stands for Letter. Dear First Year Teacher, Congrats! You are finished jumping through all those hoops the school of education demands that you pass through and you have landed a job! Those are major accomplishments that should be celebrated!!
Today is K day at the A to Z Blogging Challenge!! My K stands for: Huh? I know, right? Over recent years in the education, there has been much research on learning styles, and the different ways individuals best retain new knowledge. I think most people have heard of visual learners (learn better with pictures, […]
The problems with IEPs start when parents of these students do not understand what exactly their child is/is not provided with so they can access the curriculum the same as their age/grade level peers. But who can blame them?? It is a pretty daunting task to read all of the laws, rules and regulations.
Its H day of the A to Z Blogging Challenge! My H stands for Homework. Yes, that lovely part of all schooling that makes student groan! As a teacher, I have had many experiences with assigning homework with most of them being negative. My first year of teaching middle school math, I assigned my […]