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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Teaching Self-Control: “I Like This Lesson Because It Make Me Have a Longer Temper” (Part One) | Larry Ferlazzo

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Monday, July 29, 2013

How to Set Get-able Goals for Your Child with Special Needs / About.com

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Sunday, July 28, 2013

Using Bibliotherapy with Children by Leah Davies

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Saturday, July 27, 2013

7 Tips for Overcoming Teacher Burn-Out / ASCD Edge

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Friday, July 26, 2013

Building Social and Emotional Skills in Elementary Students: The Power of Perspective | Edutopia

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Building Social and Emotional Skills in Elementary Students: Passion and Strengths | Edutopia

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Building Social and Emotional Skills in Elementary Students: Share Your Gifts | Edutopia

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Thursday, July 25, 2013

Ideas for Stress Relief / Education World

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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Playground Neuroscience: Connect and Redirect | Edutopia

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Saturday, July 20, 2013

Teacher Burnout: You're Not Alone | Edutopia

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Free Lesson Plan: Body Image | Scholastic.com

Body Image | Scholastic.com

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Class Pride and Goals | Scholastic.com

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Friday, July 19, 2013

Developmentally Appropriate Child Guidance: Helping Children Gain Self-Control / Texas Child Care

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Guidance and Discipline - A Developmental Approach / NNCC

NNCC Guidance and Discipline - A Developmental Approach

Strategies for Controlling Your Anger / APA

Strategies for Controlling Your Anger

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Free Lesson Plan: Anger Management- Relaxation Techniques / Yahoo! Voices

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Thursday, July 18, 2013

Effective Behavior Techniques & Strategies in The Classroom / Parents United Together

Effective Behavior Techniques & Strategies in The Classroom

Redirecting Problem Behaviors :: NLP Comprehensive

Redirecting Problem Behaviors :: NLP Comprehensive

The Social-Emotional Side of Learning Disabilities - NCLD

The Social/Emotional Side of Learning Disabilities - NCLD

Using Children's Literature to Teach Social Skills | LD OnLine

Using Children's Literature to Teach Social Skills | LD Topics | LD OnLine

Teaching Social Skills to Children with Learning Disabilities by Adam Cox

Teaching social skills to Children with Learning Disabilities

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Goal Setting 101 / Education World

Education World: Goal Setting 101

Six Steps to Help Kids Write Their Lives / Education World

Education World: Six Steps to Help Kids Write Their Lives

Psycho-Educational Insights: Disruptive Students Need a New (and Positive) Script for Better Classroom Behavior

Let’s get acquainted with the concept of life scripts, a popular behavior analysis construct from Transactional Analysis Theory.  Life scripts or behavior scripts are specific sequences of expected behaviors for given situations; more specifically, habitual ways (patterns) of reacting and responding to specific situations. Because they are repetitive, both the individual reacting to the event and the individual witnessing the reaction to the event were already expecting, and even predicting, specific reactions (scripts) to happen. According to Transactional Analysis Theory, behavior scripts influence self-perceptions (i.e. the way I think I am) as well as other perceptions (i.e. the way I think others are). More importantly, life scripts are always interactional, both first person (e.g. student) and third person (e.g. teacher) in the interaction are aware of the other individual’s life scripts, and more or less consciously, encourage each other to use these personal life or behavior scripts. For instance, while interacting with Lawrence, my mischievous student, I (teacher) have an expected pattern of behavior (expected script) for the child (e.g. “acting-out and troubled kid”) as well as an expected pattern of behavior for myself (e.g. “annoyed teacher”). To make things more interesting, Lawrence too has two expected behavior scripts; one for himself (e.g. “bad kid”) and the second one for me (e.g. “annoying teacher”). Our respective internal tapes (self-messages) remind us of our scripts, ensuring for Lawrence to behave in perfect alignment with his well-rehearsed “bad kid” script, as well as for me, his teacher, to react accordingly to whatever is already written in my “annoyed teacher” script. In other words, our personal life scripts narrow the things we can do or behavior choices available to each one of us while interacting with the other.

 Focusing on the child, behaving in agreement with his “bad kid” script, Lawrence’s behavior script plays a major role in defining his identity (i.e. the set of characteristics by which Lawrence is best known). Although poorly developed, Lawrence’s “bad kid” behavior script permeates his whole character, feeding a negative perception of self or self-image. With a strong and unchallenged “bad kid” self-image, Lawrence’s behavior choices seem doomed to “bad kid” choices. And with every “bad kid” choice taken by Lawrence, his negative self-image grows stronger and stronger.  Annoyed and frustrated, I inadvertently reinforce Lawrence’s “bad kid” script with comments such as “Here you go again!” and “How many times do I need to tell you…”  If I, the teacher, conclude that my easiest way to handle Lawrence’s behavior is for me to rewind and replay my familiar “annoyed teacher” script, very little will be accomplished; Lawrence continues behaving the way he always behaves, and I continue feeling the way I always feel. On the other hand, if I commit to help Lawrence revise and rewrite his “bad kid” script (as well as revising and rewriting my own “acting-out and troubled kid” and “annoyed teacher” scripts), I stand a better chance of improving the status quo. Once committed to change, a good starting place would be to help Lawrence visualize (see in his mind) negative or disruptive behavior as a script or text of a movie. Explained to the child in terms of a behavior script, Lawrence’s behavior no longer links to his character (something permanent and with little room for modification), but to his actions or what the child does; in transactional analysis terms, the action of writing his own behavior script. By encouraging Lawrence to see behavior as a life script still under construction, I empower the script’s writer (Lawrence) by focusing him on editing (revising and adapting) his behavior script until he makes it acceptable, creating a better (more positive and socially appropriate) plot or story line with a main character that may struggle occasionally, but endures. Central to this positive approach is the optimistic belief that, as part of a script, behavior is not a finished product but an ongoing process, always changing and evolving.

To help Lawrence identify patterns of behavior in his old script (the things that he keeps doing), and then, outline a “new and improved script” for publication, some guiding questions can be:

1.     Where is this story taking place (setting)?

2.     How does this story start? Alternatively, what is the main character’s problem?

3.     How does the main character try to solve the problem?

4.     What obstacle or obstacles the main character is facing?

5.     What happens to the main character when he tries an old solution (negative consequences)?

a.     First:

b.     Next:

c.      Last:

6.     When the problem is not solved, how is the main character feeling about these old solutions?

7.     What the main character can do instead, or can do differently, to solve the problem (new solution)?

8.     What is the main character’s plan?

a.     First:

b.     Next:

c.      Last:

9.     Imagine that the main character follows his plan for a new solution, what happens then (positive consequence)?

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Monday, July 15, 2013

Self-Regulation | Psychology Today

Self-Regulation | Psychology Today

Self-Regulation in the Classroom / Canadian Teacher Magazine

Self-Regulation in the Classroom

Catching Kids Being Good / Behavior Advisor

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Students Describe Qualities of Great Teachers / Education World

Education World: Students Describe Qualities of Great Teachers

Keep It Calm: Excerpt from "Kids in the Syndrome Mix" / About.com

Keep It Calm: Excerpt from "Kids in the Syndrome Mix"

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Keeping Kids "Above the Line" / Education World

Education World: Keeping Kids "Above the Line"

What Teaching Matthew Taught Me / Education World

Education World: What Teaching Matthew Taught Me

Promoting and Improving Self Esteem / About.com

Improving Self Esteem, Promoting Self Esteem

The Impact of Teachers: A Story of Indelible Memories and Self-Esteem / LD OnLine

The Impact of Teachers: A Story of Indelible Memories and Self-Esteem | LD Topics | LD OnLine

How Can Teachers Foster Self-Esteem in Children? / Great Schools

How Can Teachers Foster Self-Esteem in Children? - Self-esteem and success | GreatSchools

Teaching Responsibility and Self Awareness: The 4 WHATS Technique / About.com

Teaching Children Responsibility - Teaching Responsibility and Self Awareness

Teaching self-awareness to improve learning | United Federation of Teachers

Teaching self-awareness to improve learning | United Federation of Teachers

Teaching Emotional Self-Awareness through Inquiry-Based Education / ECRP

Teaching Emotional Self-Awareness through Inquiry-Based Education

The psychology of stress and how teachers can manage it | Teacher Network | Guardian Professional

The psychology of stress and how teachers can manage it | Teacher Network | Guardian Professional

Friday, July 12, 2013

Free Lesson Plan: Adding Emotions to Your Story / Learn NC

Adding emotions to your story

Free Lesson Plan: Emotion Painting / KinderArt

Emotion Painting Lesson Plan: Painting for Kids - KinderArt

Believing self-control predicts success, schools teach coping / The Washington Post

The Education Issue: Believing self-control predicts success, schools teach coping

E is for Emotions/F is for Feelings- Consonantly Speaking

ABCs 4 SLPs - E is for Emotions/F is for Feelings | Consonantly Speaking

Ways to Keep a Feelings Journal / About.com

Ways to Keep a Feelings Journal

Feelings Words From A to Z: The ABCs of Emotion / About.com

Feelings Words From A to Z: The ABCs of Emotion

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Empathy: the Key to Social and Emotional Learning | MindShift

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Empathy: the Key to Social and Emotional Learning | MindShift

The Role of Empathy in Teaching Social Emotional Skills | Concordia University - Portland online

The Role of Empathy in Teaching Social Emotional Skills | Concordia University - Portland online

Ways to Teach Empathy Skills / Education World

Education World: Wire Side Chats: Ways to Teach Empathy Skills

Aggression and Related Behavior Problems / State University.com

Aggressive Behavior - Aggression and Related Behavior Problems: The Disruptive Behavior Disorders - Children, Educational, Studies, and Academic - StateUniversity.com

Inclusion and Students with Behavior Disorders by Mary Beth Hewitt

Inclusion and students with behavior disorders

Disruptive and Defiant Student Behaviors by Ingrid Gunderson

Disruptive and Defiant Student Behaviors:

Monday, July 8, 2013

Developing Your Classroom Management Plan by C.M. Charles

Developing Your Classroom Management Plan

Three Styles of Classroom Discipline - Yahoo! Voices

Three Styles of Classroom Discipline - Yahoo! Voices - voices.yahoo.com

Seven Models of Discipline by Thomas H. Allen

DEVELOPING A DISCIPLINE PLAN FOR YOU

Teachers may need training to respond to children's emotions | ACES News

U of I study: Teachers may need training to respond to children's emotions | ACES News :: College of ACES, University of Illinois

Teaching Emotions: A Different Approach to Ending School Violence by Katherine Gustafson — YES! Magazine

Teaching Emotions: A Different Approach to Ending School Violence by Katherine Gustafson — YES! Magazine

Taking account of emotions in student-teacher relationships / Teaching Expertise

Taking account of emotions in student-teacher relationships

Meeting Students Where They Are--Emotionally - Coach G's Teaching Tips - Education Week Teacher

Meeting Students Where They Are--Emotionally - Coach G's Teaching Tips - Education Week Teacher

Building Relationships with Students / NEA

NEA - Building Relationships with Students

2 Easy Ways To Build Rapport With Your Students — Smart Classroom Management

2 Easy Ways To Build Rapport With Your Students — Smart Classroom Management

Discipline Techniques that Backfire / Discipline by Design

Discipline by Design

Sunday, July 7, 2013

How To Give Good Feedback / The Brilliant Report- Annie Murphy Paul

From The Brilliant Report: How To Give Good Feedback « Annie Murphy Paul

The words that could unlock your child / BBC News

BBC News - The words that could unlock your child

The Praise Paradox / NEA

NEA - The Praise Paradox

Goodbye to "Good Job!"—The Power of Specific Feedback / ASCD

ASCD Express 6.10 - Tips for New Teachers: Goodbye to "Good Job!"—The Power of Specific Feedback

Carol Dweck's Attitude: It's Not About How Smart You Are / The Chronicle Review

Carol Dweck's Attitude - The Chronicle Review - The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Difference Between Praise & Acknowledgment | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…

The Difference Between Praise & Acknowledgment | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…

Striving to save an unreachable student: giving up on Angel | Teacher Network | Guardian Professional

Striving to save an unreachable student: giving up on Angel | Teacher Network | Guardian Professional

Saturday, July 6, 2013

Teacher can use strategies to avoid power struggles in the classroom | Virginia Commonwealth University Training and Technical Assistance Center Newsletter

Teacher can use strategies to avoid power struggles in the classroom | Virginia Commonwealth University Training and Technical Assistance Center Newsletter

Strategies for Temper Tantrums and Aggression | Education.com

Strategies for Temper Tantrums and Aggression | Education.com

Ten Activities to Improve Students' Self-Concepts / Education World

Education World: Ten Activities to Improve Students' Self-Concepts

The tools of encouragement / CYC.Net

The tools of encouragement

Tips to Engage and Guide Reluctant Students Toward Learning Goals | ASCD

Tips to Engage and Guide Reluctant Students Toward Learning Goals | ASCD Inservice

Helping my students set goals the smart way / Teachers At Risk

Helping my students set goals the smart way : Teachers At Risk

How to Help Students Set and Reach Their Goals | TeachHUB

How to Help Students Set and Reach Their Goals | TeachHUB

Helping Students Manage Stress, Set Goals, and Feel Connected | Edutopia

Helping Students Manage Stress, Set Goals, and Feel Connected | Edutopia

Students Set Goals by Del Siegle

Students Set Goals by Del Siegle

How Disruptive Students Escalate Hostility and Disorder / AFT

AFT - A Union of Professionals - How Disruptive Students Escalate Hostility and Disorder

Friday, July 5, 2013

When Students Need Emotional Support: Dos and Don'ts | TeachHUB

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When Students Need Emotional Support: Dos and Don'ts | TeachHUB

Rules Vs. Expectations / Teachers.Net Gazette

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Attitude Adjustments by Rick Wormeli | Essential Learning Products

Attitude Adjustments, by Rick Wormeli | Essential Learning Products

Thursday, July 4, 2013

A Problem with Success: Going Beyond PBIS / Smart Blog on Education

SmartBlog on Education - A problem with success - SmartBrief, Inc. SmartBlogs SmartBlogs

So You Hate Your Students ... - Rules for Engagement - Education Week

So You Hate Your Students ... - Rules for Engagement - Education Week

The Place for Praise by Sandra Feldman | Essential Learning Products

The Place for Praise, by Sandra Feldman | Essential Learning Products

The Power of Poetry by Peter W. Cookson, Jr. | Essential Learning Products

The Power of Poetry, by Peter W. Cookson, Jr. | Essential Learning Products

To Keep Kids Out of Trouble—And Prison—Teach Them to Understand Their Emotions by Katherine Gustafson — YES! Magazine

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To Keep Kids Out of Trouble—And Prison—Teach Them to Understand Their Emotions by Katherine Gustafson — YES! Magazine

Student-Teacher Relationships Can Be Built Five Minutes at a Time | Edutopia

Student-Teacher Relationships Can Be Built Five Minutes at a Time | Edutopia

How to Develop Positive Classroom Management | Edutopia

How to Develop Positive Classroom Management | Edutopia

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Classroom Management | Six Thinking Hats by Brenda Dyck

Classroom Management | Six Thinking Hats

Relational Discipline Strategies / Teacher's Workshop

Teacher's Workshop

How to manage behaviour in the classroom | Education | guardian.co.uk

How to manage behaviour in the classroom | Education | guardian.co.uk

Set Up Rules and Routines / NEA

NEA - Set Up Rules and Routines

Back to School: Rules and Routines in the Classroom | Edutopia

Back to School: Rules and Routines in the Classroom | Edutopia

The Only Classroom Rules You’ll Ever Need — Smart Classroom Management

The Only Classroom Rules You’ll Ever Need — Smart Classroom Management

Bringing Classroom Rules to Life | Responsive Classroom

Bringing Classroom Rules to Life | Responsive Classroom

Giving Feedback to Students: Choice Words / Instructional Leader

Instructional Leader

Giving Feedback to Students: First Words

First Words

Strength-Based Classroom Strategies / Canadian Teacher Magazine

Strength-Based Classroom Strategies

How to teach ... mindfulness | Education | The Guardian

How to teach ... mindfulness | Education | The Guardian

A fresh look at behaviour management in schools | Teacher Network | Guardian Professional

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A fresh look at behaviour management in schools | Teacher Network | Guardian Professional

Solution Focused Education / Teaching Expertise

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Monday, July 1, 2013

Solution Focused Thinking | NBSS

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Rewards in the Classroom by Leah Davies, M.Ed.

Rewards in the Classroom by Leah Davies, M.Ed.

Using Rewards in the Classroom: Short-Term Crutch or Long-Term Strategy? / Sam Chaltain Blog

Using Rewards in the Classroom: Short-Term Crutch or Long-Term Strategy?

Behavior Incentives and Classroom Rewards / About.com

Classroom Rewards - Behavior Incentives and Classroom Rewards

Never Forget that You Matter / my Teachers Lounge

Never Forget that You Matter on bloglovin

A How-To Guide for Measuring Social Thinking Progress / Michelle's Blog

A How-To Guide for Measuring Social Thinking Progress on bloglovin

Bullies & Bullying, Part Two / Kids in Pain

Bullies & Bullying, Part Two on bloglovin

Bullies & Bullying, Part One / Kids in Pain

Bullies & Bullying, Part One on bloglovin

Age-Appropriate Developmental Practices # 6-9 / Giving Children a Voice

Age-Appropriate / Developmental Practices # 6-9 on bloglovin

Age-Appropriate Developmental Practices # 1-5 / Giving Children a Voice

Age-Appropriate / Developmental Practices # 1-5 on bloglovin

Resilience & Character – relevance to education / E. rubecula's Education Blog

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