Sitting on ‘wiggle seats’, or moving their bodies in ways that don’t distract those around them, help students to be more engaged and better sustain attention while learning and completing work. Read the article here.
How To Talk With Kids About Terrible ThingsFebruary 23, 2018
Here’s some information to help guide discussions with children as we try to make sense of things ourselves. Read the full article here.
Before Referring a Gifted Child for ADD/ADHD EvaluationFebruary 23, 2018
While gifted students can also have ADHD, many have behaviors that simply seem like ADHD as a result of being gifted. Here’s some information that can help distinguish between the two and, if referred for an evaluation, be sure to seek out a professional with knowledge of gifted traits. Check out this information here.
Walkouts, Marches and the Desire to ‘Do Something’February 23, 2018
“Here’s what you need to know—and what you can do, no matter your situation.” Read the full article here.