12 Steps to Smarter School Accommodations Infographic

12 Steps to Smarter School Accommodations Infographic The 12 Steps to Smarter School Accommodations Infographic shows you how to create, implement, and maintain an IEP […]

Advocate Burnout – How to Avoid It

A parent of a child with exceptionalities quickly learns that growing a thick skin is mandatory. Anyone dealing with years of phone calls, follow-ups, reminding, […]

Why NOT to Break the Lunchbox Note Habit Just Because Your Child Got Big

Teenagerhood is tough, not only on parents. Teens face numerous new and frustrating challenges on a daily basis, including but not limited to the following: […]

Getting the Message Through – Positive Self Esteem Through Song

One song is worth far more than 1,000 lectures, for children and adults alike. Think about it for a minute – what runs through your […]

The Best Things I Have Heard from My Teachers

My birthday is always right before the start of school. In fact, my birthday is today. It is not hard to believe that I ended […]

Look Great, Feel Great to Pump up Self Esteem

“Dress for Success” isn’t just an adage for the business community; it’s equally applicable in a school environment. Unfortunately, peer situations can be tough and […]

Why Self Esteem is So Essential

Think downtown… big, modern skyscrapers bursting with promises of success. Now, think about the process of building that masterpiece. What came first? There was all […]

Choosing Your Afternoon Activities Wisely

In many neighborhoods, the variety of planned and supervised activities available after school is both exhilarating and dizzying. At the same time, the benefits of […]

Teaching the Art and Pedagogy of Grace and Grit

We speak a lot about how our students learn through and need to learn soft skills, such as the art of being graceful, kind and […]

Get Your Routine Running a Week Early

We discussed the importance of making a good first impression at school.  With all the training in the world, a tired child who hasn’t sat […]

Impressing Why First Impressions Matter… and How to Do it Right

In an ideal world, everyone would wait to get to know one another before forming any kind of opinion.  Unfortunately, reality hasn’t reached this ideal […]

Help Keep Your Child’s Desk Clean (Without Being There)

Now that you’ve purchased color-coordinated school supplies for easy-peasy organization, it’s time to start getting excited about a super functional, clean desk. Keeping on top […]

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