The Exceptional Educator
By Bay Tree Blog
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Providing teaching tools for educational specialists, the Exceptional Educator features master teachers, authors, thought-leaders, and researchers for in-depth discussions about the best ways to reach every student in the classroom, regardless of ability or learning difference. Your host, Anne-Marie Morey, is a Board Certified Educational Therapist and blogger at BayTreeBlog.com.
||CleanEp. 5 - How Phonological Awareness Can Transform Struggling Learners Into Successful Readers With Dr. C. Melanie Schuele||Learn why and how explicit phonological awareness instruction should be taught in every classroom with Dr. C. Melanie Schuele.||3/30/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEp. 4 - The Zen of Behavior Management with Dr. Alexis Filippini||Learn evidence-based principles for supporting students with positive behavior interventions.||12/17/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEp. 3 - The Science of Spelling with Pete Bowers, PhD||Teach students how words really work!||11/17/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEp. 2 - Diana Kennedy: How to Teach Students Who Are Too [Insert Emotion] to Learn||Learn how to help students who struggle to regulate their emotions.||9/8/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEp. 1 - Unlocking Executive Function with Pamm Scribner||Learn how to best support students who struggle with ADHD.||7/15/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
So Flipping Good!
So flipping good!! I really enjoyed this and had lots of "ah-ha" moments.
When Pete gave the example of a kid misreading and then prompting him to spell it out loud and then talking about how they spell the word differently, but yet they were the same letters but the way Pete said it encouraged the reader to notice a prefix! Love that!
It also made me realize that may be why some kids have success with the Spell Read program done by the Davis Method.
Very interesting! Can't wait to crawl around his site and discover
Fine descriptions of effective interventions for problems with executive functioning.
Pamm provides an excellent demonstration of what a very good wholistic therapist can do: She integrates physical, psychological, and neuropsychological information to provide practical solutions to problems with executive functioning. She does this with a teenage population, including people with ADHD, and she does it with a sense of humor. Bravo!