Hiedi France, Ed.D., is a school psychologist and author who has devoted her career to helping children succeed. She is also the founder of Behavior Savers which makes easy to use social emotional resources for educators, therapists, and parents. Teaching Social Skills in
Hiedi France, Ed.D., is a school psychologist and author who has devoted her career to helping children succeed. She is also the founder of Behavior Savers which makes easy to use social emotional resources for educators, therapists, and parents. Enjoy our collection of terrific behavior
I have a confession….I LOVE THE DOLLAR STORE! It is one of my favorite places to find things for my students that don't break the bank. On my last visit I was on a mission to find things that I could use an example to send to my parents to build there very
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Product Review: WonderGrove Learn What Is It? WonderGrove Learn has online videos aligned with the Common Core State Standards for grades PreK-2nd grade. It uses engaging animated characters to teach specific skills to students. The animated videos are each about 3 minutes which is perfect to get the students attention and deliver a message.
Enjoy our collection of terrific behavior management tips and advice from experienced educators. It is our hope that every teacher, both new teachers and veterans, can find some tidbits of wisdom to help them in their classroom. We celebrate all those educators that spend his or her days making a difference in the life
Do you have students that have a hard time playing with others? Do you keep having to settle conflicts at recess or free time? Are you tired of saying, "Just play nice." When students start school, it is often their first experience with having to get along with others. Unfortunately, many students in Kindergarten through
Are you teaching social emotional curriculum but feeling a bit let down by student’s participation? Do you wish your students were a little more engaged? Here are 5 tips to liven up and reengage your students: 1. Smile…If you are not having a great time the students will pick up on it. Some of the