Pandemic Behavior: 10th Graders Acting Like 7th Graders

Date: February 12th, 2022

This pandemic has caused a gap between developmental age and chronological age for many kids. So what do we do when a 10th grader acts like a 7th grader or a kindergartner behaves like a 2 year old?

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Don’t Belong? Harder to Learn.

Date: January 16th, 2022

When kids don’t have a sense of belonging, it makes it difficult for them to learn. And, thanks to the pandemic, many of our students are struggling with feeling like they don’t belong!

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BE PREDICTABLE in Times of Uncertainty

Date: January 9th, 2022

Behavior unravels when things are not predictable and consistent, which is exactly what’s been happening this past year and a half!

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Addressing Effects of the Pandemic: Reduce Behaviors, Anxiety, Stress, and Trauma, While Increasing Student Engagement

Date: November 30th, 2021

These uncertain times have made both behaviors and student engagement worse. But, exhausted though many of us may be, we can still take a clear-eyed look at what we can do to improve behavior and engagement now. This workshop will look at how every educator can: Reduce chronic student stress and anxiety with simple, doable […]

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Are You Disregulating Kids’ Behavior?

Date: May 16th, 2021

When adults aren’t all on the same page in your school, their inconsistency and unpredictability alone will cause BEHAVIORS in kids.

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Why I Like Middle School House Systems

Date: March 10th, 2021

Here are my ideas on how to give kids a sense of community if they’ve transitioned to middle school while learning virtually. And to keep that going when they are able to come in person!

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Behaviors and Academic Bell-to-Bell During Covid

Date: February 21st, 2021

There are some things we have to have time for NO MATTER WHAT! Like morning meeting, reflection circle, and recess. These are huge prerequisites to learning! But is it still possible to do them during Covid?

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Mask Power Struggles!

Date: January 10th, 2021

Right now, one of the most common questions that a client will ask me is, “How should we handle a student who REFUSES to wear a mask?” This is what I recommend.

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3 Books I Love for SEL and Mindfulness

Date: January 3rd, 2021

Sharing resources is so important! So, here are three books that I LOVE to help with SEL and mindfulness.

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Covid-19 & Behavior: Using Common Language

Date: December 6th, 2020

Let’s use common language when it comes to making sure kids are social distancing and washing hands, that way we don’t scare them more and cause behaviors!

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