Educational Psychology

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Students Who Lie And Deny. Holy Moley- I needed this yesterday at school. What a great article. I learned a lot from this short read!
Lies: why children lie and what to do
Figuring out how to deal with lying in children and teens can be frustrating. Learning why kids lie will help parents teach their children new ways to problem solve.

Lying and Honesty

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There are a number of reasons why you may not be as consistent as you'd like. It could be that you've gotten into the bad habit of trying to convince students to behave rather than relying on your classroom management plan. It could be that you're not 100% sure what does and doesn't constitute breaking


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Dealing with attention seekers
Breaking the Attention-Seeking Habit: The Power of Random Positive Teacher Attention | Intervention Central
Best behaviour: Managing attention-seeking | Teach Primary

Attention Seeking

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Restorative Practices SEL
At the heart of restorative justice is the idea that everyone is inherently worthy and that our connection to one another is what matters most. So how can teachers and schools create a restorative culture where both individuals and the school community can thrive?

Restorative Practice

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Bill Rogers on behaviour - YouTube
Bill Rogers - Cracking the Challenging Class (Programme 2) - YouTube
Dr Bill Rogers - Managing the Difficult Class - YouTube

Bill Rogers

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Students Talking Too Much? – Teacher Trap
At the beginning of every year I make a promise to my students and parents that I will not yell at my students. I make this promise at back to school/meet the teacher night and I tend to get a range of reactions from the parents to this promise–some parents show relief while other parents show disbelief. ... Read More about 5 Ways to Keep Classroom Control without Yelling
How to Control Excessive Talking of a Student in Class

Noise and Calling out

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Limbic System: Your Child’s On/Off Switch for Emotional Grounding, Fight or Flight and Meltdowns |
An After School Meltdown Strategy that really works #parenting #parentingtips #parentingspecialneeds

Tantrums and Meltdowns

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Sensory overload can get in the way of everyday life for kids with ADHD or sensory processing issues.
How to Recognize a Sensory Processing Disorder in Your Child | #sensoryprocessing #sensoryplay


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Four ways to break the cycle of disengagement and keep students working. The 2nd one was a life saver for me!
When your child wants to quit, this is what you can do. Comes with free printable with phrases to use to promote a growth mindset and evoke the power of yet. #education #powerofyet #growthmindset This post was sponsored by #CatholicTeachers #ParentingAdvice
One of the challenges of behavior management in the classroom is when a child refuses to work. In this post are tips and examples of what worked for me when I was teaching.


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Often, we talk, they listen....or don't listen. It can be hard to tell (or sometimes blatantly easy - if they are falling asleep). When you are doing a lesson that requires a lot of teacher instruction, how can you keep everyone engaged? Here are some ideas to promote active listening.
27 Attention-Getters For Quieting A Noisy Classroom
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Listening/ Attention

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how big is my problem
The Inspired Treehouse - How can you support the development self-regulation in your child? Check out some of our best activities and ideas here!
Healing Digital Art - Resiliency Building Skills - Blue by Heidi Hanson

Resilience and self-regulation

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Tips for finding the root of misbehavior
The 4 Functions of Behavior: Just Take a SEAT! Great resource for identifying why behaviors occur in your classroom!

Behaviour (mistaken) goals

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Active Coping vs. Negative Coping Find only the best products for coping with stress at
A great tool to use in individual and group sessions!
Early Elementary Counseling Tool: What are Things I Can &


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15 Apps for Kids with Anxiety
At a Glance: What Anxiety Looks Like in Kids - Children with learning and attention issues deal with challenges their peers may never think about. Read about the signs to look out for.
15 Apps for Kids with Anxiety


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Special Education Acronyms... Is it bad that I can think of about twenty more to add? It's its own language.
Learning Differences -Learn the signs, symptoms and strategies for ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, Social Anxiety

Learning Differences

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Signs Of Sensory Processing Disorder
Auditory Processing: The Secret Behind Why Your Child may not Follow Instructions | #kidseducation
Accommodations for Students With Auditory Processing Disorder - Understood

Auditory Processing Disorder

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Frustration is a common reaction to situations in which we feel (or perceive) that circumstances and events are beyond our immediate control or there are roadblocks that prevent us from accomplishing a task or goal. Occasional …


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10 things to say to your child instead of "stop crying"
The challenge was to filter through the existing abundant data and present it in the best possible way to the target audience.

Emotional First Aid

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Teaching With a Mountain View: First Day of School Activities for Big Kids
28 Ideas teaching children respect anchor charts
Great poster showing students what their rights are as a student and how they will be responsible for making sure those rights are not broken. It is also fully customizable to meet the needs of your classroom.

class rules

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This could be helpful for some of us!
anger management exercises for adults - Google Search

Anger and Aggression

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Dealing with disruptive students


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Bullying | Building Confidence | Confidence in Girls | Teachers Pay Teachers | Small group Counseling #schoolcounseling #selfconfidence
Although I haven't started reports yet {grimace}, I did upload the first of all of my Social stories to my store yesterday! We have been wor...
Great Poster on What IS Bullying...picture only, about one quarter page...perfect for  copying and putting in a notebook


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cool How to handle conflicts
Positive Behaviour Management Charts - Buy them or get your students to make them in a cooperative group activity.
Conflicts are all around us and the way we approach them, truly defines who we are as a person. In this picture a situation is present and there are different ways to approach it and once we can determine our way of approaching a conflict, we can find a better way to solve that problem or conflict and this will then help us grow into a better person.

Conflict Resolution

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Free printable list of 50 social skills to teach kids from And Next Comes L
Raising An Emotionally Intelligent Child The Heart of Parenting: Ph.D. John Gottman, Joan Declaire, Daniel Goleman: 8580001045511: Books
How are my social Skills? Self-assessment activity. Great activity for kids to grow their interpersonal skills!


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A child with Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) argues with adults parents teachers, has to have last say, does not listen or obey rules.
dealing with defiant or stubborn children infographic from Love and Logic website
Oppositional Defiant Disorder #ODD Treatment & Discipline #Parenting #parentingforbrain


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