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This article explains how to allow students develop intrinsic motivation and to make a meaningful connection to the class.  Through a literary show-and-tell, students are able to find their passion and place value in their learning.

 

This article has information to help educators understand what auditory processing disorder is, how it can be detected, and strategies to help.

In a popular 2014 article titled, Why You Hate Work, Tony Schwartz and Christine Porath identify four areas that matter most to job satisfaction and productivity:

 

This article by the National Center for Learning Disabilities outlines the difficulties of Auditory Processing Disorders and how it manifests in Middle and High School age students. 

This article by Nina Sear of the National Association for Teachers gives examples on how teachers can create a classroom environment that fosters and student-teacher relationship. It also discusses the idea that students need individualization to reach goals. 

This one-pager gives concrete strategies that can be easily implemented in a classroom to accommodate students who may be having difficulty processing language and/or verbal directions.Helpful Classroom Strategies for Students with Language-Auditory Processing Disorder

This article is chapter out of a book titled Educator's Guide to Preventing and Solving Discipline Problems” by Mark Boynton and Christine Boynton.

This article by Samantha Cleaver, is about teaching students with mixed abilities. It discusses the challenges and gives strategies that can help educators meet the academic and behavioral needs of all students in their classroom.

The Khan Academy is an educational video library. All videos are free but it does require creating an account. Videos can be used for students with language processing issues. 

By H. Richard Milner IV, of Harvard Education Press. This article talks about the importance of strong teacher-student relationships, especially in times or trauma or conflict to maximize learning opportunities through micro and classroom level opportunities. 

This article offers strategies to address behavior issues that can arise in the classroom. It features 10 concrete strategies educators can use to address students behavioral needs through “academic management”.

Written by Elizabeth A. Mizerek, from the National Association of School Psychologists, this article talks about the background, characteristics and developmental issues of students living without a home. 

An excerpt from “Choosing Democracy: A Practical Guide to Multicultural Education” by Duane E. Campbell that discusses the necessity of creating a safe environment for students in order for them to matriculate, learn, take risks and ultimately reach their goals.

This website features links to videos with physical activities for Middle – High School students that stimulate the brain and give a break so that learning can continue.