As an educator stumbling across my blog for the first time, there’s a lot of helpful content to consume. But the very nature of being in this profession, of having a million and one things eternally on your to-do list, also means that you don’t have the excess time to leisurely browse through in search of what you need.
In this blog post, I’m sharing my top reads for educators. Scan through the list below in search of what’s relevant to you in this precise moment of time. Then come back to the post whenever you need a touch more guidance.
Working in a room that feels out of control?
Support for those with poor fine motor skills?
Students who aren’t following your instructions?
Help for a child’s speech development?
Lots of reversals in a child’s writing?
Children who can’t tell the time?
Aren’t sure how to use fidget toys well?
Students who are rough, aggressive or biting?
Thinking about getting started with academics in child care or preschool?
An anxious student?
Read Selective Mutism
Read Healing Anxiety
Want to get more movement into the day?
Guidance for Move to Learn?
Read 7 ways to breathe
Read Homework Debunked
Read Horrendous Homework
Read Resistant readers
Feeling frustrated by the system?
Need a tune-up of the basic elements of great teaching?
Students who are struggling with their learning, attention, behaviour or wellbeing?
Read more about the primitive reflexes, the potential underlying cause, in my free ebook, available to subscribers.
While this list isn’t exhaustive, I trust it’ll help you find the information you need most. Please keep in mind that I also have 130 podcast episodes for you to tune into (here, or via apple podcasts), covering a wide range of additional topics.
Are any questions missing that I can write about in future blog posts?
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