Cheating and Lying?

Date: January 24th, 2021
By: Polly Bath

CHEATING and LYING? It’s tempting to go a little nuts when these behaviors happen, but this is what I do instead.

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Behaviors in Art Class? Music?

Date: January 17th, 2021
By: Polly Bath

Here are some ideas about holding kids accountable for behavior in art class, music class, and all the other ‘specials.’

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Mask Power Struggles!

Date: January 10th, 2021
By: Polly Bath

Right now, one of the most common questions that a client will ask me is, “How should we handle a student who REFUSES to wear a mask?” This is what I recommend.

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3 Books I Love for SEL and Mindfulness

Date: January 3rd, 2021
By: Polly Bath

Sharing resources is so important! So, here are three books that I LOVE to help with SEL and mindfulness.

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FUN Classroom Conversation Starters

Date: December 19th, 2020
By: Polly Bath

Here is one of my favorite ways to get conversations started in class. AND it works for remote learning, too!

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Don’t BLURT and Regret: Teach Kids How

Date: December 13th, 2020
By: Polly Bath

I like to use visual aids when teaching kids how to think BEFORE they speak, or type, something.

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Covid-19 & Behavior: Using Common Language

Date: December 6th, 2020
By: Polly Bath

Let’s use common language when it comes to making sure kids are social distancing and washing hands, that way we don’t scare them more and cause behaviors!

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“Talk Time” in the remote classroom?

Date: November 29th, 2020
By: Polly Bath

Y’all know I love Talk Time in the classroom. BUT… Can we still do that with our VIRTUAL CLASSROOMS?

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Parent Connections Improving with Virtual Learning?

Date: November 22nd, 2020
By: Polly Bath

Virtual learning may have helped us to create connections with PARENTS! Here are some of the things I thought of to make sure we don’t lose those connections.

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Is ‘Camera Off’ Refusal?

Date: November 14th, 2020
By: Polly Bath

Here are some things to consider when it comes to kids having their cameras on or off during remote learning.

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