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- International Reading Association
- Council for Exceptional Children
- American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Tip of the Week: Daily Connection
As a teacher, I would make sure that at the end of the day, my students would give me a high five good-bye. But I also realized that making sure I touched base during the day with each student was extremely important. To make sure I did, I would have my list of students and made a note next to each name. Maybe they answered a question, read to me, or we just chatted. I think interacting with each student everyday in a positive way is a win-win situation.
* If you have a “Tip of the Week” that you would like to share with us, please send an email to email@example.com (subject: Tip of the Week). At the end of each month we will choose a “Tip of the Week” winner, who will win a free product manufactured by Learning Loft.
Did you know?
The human auditory brain structure is not fully mature until approximately age 15. The less developed a child’s auditory brain center, the clearer the sound needs to be. Background classroom noise can interfere with their ability to discriminate sounds and words.
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