The dilemma that teachers face in the inclusive classroom is to reduce classroom disruptions caused by the hyperactivity and impulsiveness of ADHD-diagnosed students. The only recourse for the teacher is to help increase the special students’ self-control. Here are some tips.
When a teacher has one or more ADHD-diagnosed students, the challenge is to present lessons in a manner that can steer around the students’ symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsiveness. This challenge is easily met when using these teaching strategies for ADHD students.
Do you have students diagnosed with ADHD in your classroom? Some basic aspects of classroom arrangement can help these students concentrate and learn more effectively.
A major reason for the low school performance of ADHD students is the lack of completed assignments. The task of the teacher is to help these students complete their homework and experience step-by-step success. To accomplish this task, the teacher can benefit from these organization techniques.
This article is a primer for teachers and students interested in learning more about the literature of the Spanish Golden Age. It contains several great links to aids for learning, teaching and enjoying it, including one opportunity to actually listen to one famous piece and enjoy relevant artworks.
Why does Christianity permeate today’s American culture?
In this article we will look at the beginnings of this history to help ESL students better understand what created the current religious climate in America.
It’s tough enough for many people to present something orally in their own language. Students in foreign language classes often feel twice as nervous. This article contains instructions for preparing assignments that can also help in other situations.
If you want to reduce your foreign accent in a second language you are learning or may already speak, this article contains great tips!
In foreign language circles, the four skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing have been eclipsed by the Five C’s of Communication, Cultures, Connections, Comparisons and Communities. If you want your child to learn a foreign language, which approach would you want in his or her classroom?
Teachers are already using a lot of different teaching strategies to help struggling spellers, and yet some students continue to struggle. Using the American Sign Language Manual Alphabet can help these struggling spellers by giving them a visual and kinesthetic representation of spelling words.
Teachers are always looking for additional ways to help struggling readers. By adding a visual and kinesthetic representation of new sight words through the addition of American Sign Language signs, you can turn struggling readers into successful readers.
The Individualized Transition Plan (ITP) is a legal component of the IEP for students with disabilities. The ITP provides the specific transitional services that the school and District will provide for the student beyond high school graduation. For Matthew, the ITP goal is to study auto mechanics.
It can be impressive when you hear that a person is fluent in a foreign language. It can be just as disappointing to find out that they aren’t really fluent. This article presents some observations about the complexities of learning and mastering a foreign language.