Author Archives: fspguestblogger

Guest Post: Getting Off to a Good Start with Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)

By Beth Baker, M.S.Ed., and Charlotte Ryan, Ph.D., authors of The PBIS Team Handbook As we near the end of September, the excitement of the beginning of the school year has probably faded somewhat at your school. But it’s still … Continue reading

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Guest Post: How Does the U.S. Constitution Affect the Lives of Teachers and Students?

By Judge Tom Jacobs, author of What Are My Rights? Q&A About Teens and the Law On September 17, 1787, thirty-nine delegates gathered in Philadelphia and signed a document establishing the basis of our government and way of life. The … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Teach the Way They Learn

By Susan Winebrenner, author of Teaching Gifted Kids in Today’s Classroom “If they are not learning the way we are teaching them, we must teach them the way they learn!” This quote from Kenneth Dunn, a leader in the study … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Does Your Child Have the Emotional Vocabulary for School Success?

By Goldie Millar, Ph.D., and Lisa Berger, Ph.D., coauthors of F Is for Feelings With school underway, it’s a good time to check in with your kids to make sure they have what they need to succeed this year. Pencils? … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Picture Success with Dyslexia

By Trevor Romain, author of How to Do Homework Without Throwing Up and coauthor of Stress Can Really Get on Your Nerves When I was a young boy I was spanked at school for doodling, daydreaming, and tapping my foot. … Continue reading

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