Helping Students Learn from Mistakes is a Livebinder by Diana Gardner with resources on how to teach students ways to capitalize on mistakes and learn from them.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Assessment, Guidance | Posted on February 10, 2012
Test Prep Doesn\’t Have to be Overwhelming is a short article from Edutopia on easing the anxiety associated with high stakes achievement tests.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Guidance, Internet Safety | Posted on October 10, 2011
Stop Cyber Bullying is divided into age categories to discuss the definitions and implications of cyber bullying. The site also included helpful hints on identifying cyber bullies and how to help them STOP.
Hold on to Your Horses Online Book is a free book that can be downloaded and used in the classroom. The book takes a unique look at impulse control and provides students a way to control those impulses.
10 Common Myths About ADHD is an excellent, concise article for teachers and parents about the intricacies of ADHD.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Guidance | Posted on November 11, 2010
Resources for Guidance Counselors is from Lee’s Summit District in Missouri and has links to tons of information for school counselors.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Character Education, Guidance | Posted on November 2, 2010
Good Character.Com is a nice site for Guidance lessons for elementary students. Written to go along with a video series, the resources and guides on the site can also stand alone for character education.