Education Resources and Teaching Sites
Providing Articles, Research, Ideas,
Curriculum, Assessment, Learning Styles, and Special Needs
*I'll Do Better Tomorrow
Ever read the diary of a kid with ADHD? - NEW!
*Memory-Makers or Spirit-Breakers?
A reminder for parents and teachers that ADHD manifests itself in behaviors we can't always change, correct, or "punish."
*Bill of Rights for Misunderstood Kids!
A Bill of Rights for children who struggle with ADD/ADHD!
-- you can find more help for teaching misunderstood kids
on the "Lessons Learned" page.
...and now for the links...each blue title bar links to more resources!
A letter, of sorts, to all of you who have dedicated your lives to meeting the needs of the kids in your classroom--a bit of my heart to yours!
sites provide information related to Standards, Education Reform, and other
issues of concern to educators.
* I've also included links to specific ARTICLES related to issues in education.
These links, listed alphabetically and annotated, provide teachers with online lessons, interactive projects, and Internet tutorials!
These links are listed alphabetically and annotated; they are the most comprehensive in content that I have found and include all subject areas and grade levels!
These annotated links, list sites by subject area, are specific in content, and include all grade levels.
A worthwhile "To-Do" list which should become daily practice for all of us as educators in any classroom.
Actually, this is a comprehensive glossary for teachers of all types of learners and age groups. Well done!
We all teach people who could achieve more -- if given the opportunity, the environment, the interaction that works for that individual. This is a helpful article encouraging us to meet these kids' needs.
Plan, structure, balance, organize, use, monitor, and enjoy Learning Groups in your classroom!
These links provide sites that will increase our understanding and improve our ability to meet students' needs: I recommend these sites to all teachers, not just those in special education.
These pages share information that I've found useful regarding ADHD and learning disabilities.
I thought ADHD was an excuse used by parents who didn't want to be held accountable--then my son was born! These are practical steps a teacher can take to help the students learn and feel confident in the classroom environment.
An informative and well-written article written by a father and educator. If you have time to read just one page, this should be the one--there is practical advice, as well as researched study, in this article.
Dr. David Rabiner has researched teachers' perspectives on students with ADHD and writes a valuable article about how those perceptions play out in the classroom, period by period, for a student with multiple teachers.
I'm a quote collector--these relate to our profession, our roles as teachers, our purposes in the classroom!
Sometimes we need to remind ourselves why we do what we do...
Three other sites which may provide helpful resources are:
* Mrs. H's Lions' Den
- My Academic Success Web Site
* Mrs. H's Lions' Den - My Academic Success Web Site
is hearing a student say,
"Thank you for understanding me."
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