Social distancing at school will be hard for many kids. But for kids who learn and think differently, following those rules may be even more difficult. Here are some reasons why, plus tips for helping.
White Teachers Need to See Color. Here’s Why
By, Joy Mohammed
We can’t pretend like race isn’t an issue in our classrooms. Read the full article here.
Helping Kids Who Struggle With Executive Functioning
By, Rachel Ehmke
Executive function disorders in children are the essential self-regulating skills that we all use every day to accomplish just about everything. Read the full article here.
During the coronavirus crisis, parents and other caregivers have suddenly become responsible for managing their children’s education at home. With everyone at home together and teachers facing new challenges too, promoting learning can feel impossible. Follow this link for helpful tips for multiple ages.
Executive Functioning effects many aspects of how children (and adults) learn and, well, for lack of a better word, function. Read the full article here.
Children That Play Outside In All Weather Grow Up Resilient
By Andrew McMartin
Imagine children that have grown up playing outside in all manner of challenging conditions, in all seasons of the year. Imagine how they’d be different than kids taught to come inside when it’s raining, or cold. Imagine how they’d be different from kids that find entertainment from the TV, computer or video games. Read the full article here.
5 Things To Know About Parenting A Child With Executive Functioning Issues
By, Michelle Gianetti
The author gives five ways to help a child struggling with executive functioning issues. You can read the full article here.