All posts in classroom accommodations

apps for education, volume 1: organization and time management

I can’t remember how I discovered that apps can be used for education and very successfully for special education, but I remember being stunned. I, not owning an iPhone or an iPad yet, had no idea that apps were anything […]

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Supports for ADHD in the Schools

Guest Post By: Erin N. King, Ed.S, Nationally Certified School Psychologist www.schoolpsychologistfiles.com  and www.schoolpsychologistfiles.blogspot.com Parents of children with ADHD are often faced with the frustration of seeing their child struggle More...

make homework routine

Erin King, of School Psychologist Files, was kind enough to invite me to write a guest post for her blog. She felt an article on completing homework with More...

new ADHD/Learning Disabilities discoveries

I've been adding lots of links to the sidebar and new blogs to my blogroll as I discover them. It just occurred to me that you won't know More...

my first D… speechless.

I was an A/B student growing up. {I'm not bragging but you need to know where I'm coming from before you read what I'm about to tell you.} More...

a new level of confusion

Luke was evaluated for Special Education Services/an IEP back in 1st grade in late 2008-early 2009. He was denied inclusion in the program March 2009. I contacted the More...

it’s all a tough call

I just received a call from Luke's teacher. It was 8:10 am when the phone rang, just 10 minutes into the school day and about 30 minutes after More...

classroom management, a.k.a. accommodations

Classroom management. Sounds easy, right? Not really. So much goes into managing a classroom. And still you need to keep the interest of the children, keep them on More...

weekly homework checklist for download

We have searched high and low over the last two school years for organizational tools to help Luke with school work and homework. Before 2nd grade last year, More...

the dreaded phone call

Why can't school be this engaging, fun, interactive? He's experimenting with science here and loving every minute! Over the past couple months, there have been a lot of bets in a More...

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