Helping Struggling Students

I know you know a child like this.  Has tons of information, loves to tell a story, has friends, plays a sport, loves projects but just can't seem to get organized.  For this article we will call her Sissy.   Sissy loves to write but she never finishes a story unless you push her and then she will write, "and then they all woke up"   Sissy probably needs...

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If your question is, "why would I need music in my classroom"?  The answer is, "how can you NOT have music in your classroom everyday"? I won't start with the sappy, reasons like, music is fun, it makes people smile, kids will like your classroom more, and how it is like the 4th. dimension of the Pinterest perfect room.  Let's start with the data! Our brain is a meaning...

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There is good news and bad news. Bad news - 75% of children diagnosed with ADD or ADHD are victims of trauma. (David Love, PHD) Good news - we can teach children how to overcome symptoms of trauma Good news - no matter the cause what we do in the classroom can support learning and happiness Good news - you are probably already doing the right things 4 Facts about...

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