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The Ten-Minute Classroom Makeover

The Ten-Minute Inservice helps busy administrators and teachers tackle a weekly inservice in just 10-minutes. Take a look at “The Ten-Minute Classroom Makeover” below and help teachers create an organized, yet cheerful environment for their students. Begin with a discussion about classroom … Read more.

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Supporting Students Who Need More Help

Do any of your students have trouble managing the demands of their daily workload or school routines? The following strategy outlined in the excerpt below is just one way to help students with weak Executive Function skills stay organized. Joyce … Read more.

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New Year’s Resolution: Get Organized!

Looks like we are all still here! The world did not end in 2012, which means you still need to file that large stack of papers on your desk. Maybe you need a bit of guidance to jump-start your new … Read more.

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Help Your Students Get Organized!

The following is a guest post by Linda Wilmshurst, Ph.D., ABPP, and Alan W. Brue, Ph.D., NCSP. As any teacher knows, some students have great organizational skills and others are … let’s just say, organizationally challenged. These students may have … Read more.

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