What does it feel like to have ADHD? Consider the traits: easily distracted, trouble staying on task, poor organizational skills. and difficulty sitting still. Yet success in school largely relies on: staying focused, organizing work, and sitting in a desk. The wonderful Kevin J. Roberts is our podcast guest. A prolific author, Kevin is an ADHD coach – he also has ADHD. He offers next-day ideas to support this group of students. who are in urgent need of some TLC. (Self-esteem is a real issue for these kids!)
Kevin is a charismatic guy who breaks into song about the ADHD brain – don’t want to miss it!
Podcast link: https://myedexpert.com/category/podcasts/
HIs website: http://kevinjroberts.net/ (All of Kevin’s books are there – his new one is Schindler’s Gift: How One Man Harnessed ADHD to Change the World)
Kevin’s ADHD Change the World Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ADHDchangetheworld/
Helping students organize large amounts of information and making connections between concepts are just two benefits of standards walls. Memory retention is also enhanced. Looking to move from isolated essential questions? Author Suzy Pepper Rollins has posted an informational video PLUS pictures galore to support your efforts:
Pictures galore: https://bit.ly/2IwMKkr
We cannot heap any more superlatives upon Angela Stockman OK – marvelous – she’s posted these wonderful new micro writing prompts. https://myedexpert.com/vendor/angelastockman/
2 things lots of educators are grabbing right now:
The Zen Teacher’s stress activity sheets. Thanks, Dan Tricarico, for supporting teacher self-care!
The S-I-M-P-L-E Classroom from Terence Houlihan, last week’s podcast guest on the teenage brain:
Thanks for supporting best practices in teaching and leading!
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