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If you are interested in finding out your student's learning styles based on Gardner's 8 Multiple Intelligences then this survey is appropriate for your class. There are 40 questions aligned with each of the multiple intelligences (musical, spatial, logical/mathematical, inter-personal, linguistic,
Wake up the memories of your gifted and talented students and use them to create an autobiographical life map. This life map will help your students visualize their life journey (past, present, and future) and teach them the power of autobiographical thinking and metaphorical representation. Stude
This includes a 7 page booklet that provides images of each part of the brain and ends with neurons. It also has a text box for students to add definitions for each aspect of the brain. This booklet follows the order of the book Your Fantastic Elastic Brain by Dr. JoAnn Deak
This can be used as an icebreaker activity or as part of the memory section of the Cognition unit in Psychology or AP Psychology. Students are allowed to view a picture for three minutes that depicts a crime scene and try to memorize as much as they can. After the three minutes is up, they turn th
54 pages of Texas History fun to learn about the 13 day Battle of the Alamo. Uses critical thinking, inferencing, reading, writing, assessment time order, and more to help students understand and comprehend basic facts and timeline of the Battle of the Alamo for English and History/Social Studies.
I know that each of you is concerned about the health of your students. We know that these times are very difficult for them. That is why it is necessary to work on their mental health. I used this resource in my class and I can assure you that the results were very positive. This resource can be us
This PowerPoint by Teaching in the Fast Lane was created to introduce and explain the Annexation of Texas by the United States. It begins with the Republic of Texas' struggles and ends with Annexation and the conditions that Texans joined the United States under. Other Annexation products from Te
Mental processing speed is very important.Helping your student increase processing speed is worth the effort. Processing influences auditory comprehension, perceptual organization, planning and learning ability.Following auditory directions, completing assignments, reading fluency, writing speed, ma
Worry Warriors Bundle: Looking for ways to help your students manage worries? You'll love this worry small group counseling program, worry lap book, counseling game, and worry workbook! These worry activities are perfect for classroom guidance lessons, small group counseling, and individual counseli
This spoof on the Myers-Briggs Assessment is a great beginning of the year activity. Use as an ice-breaker with your classes or for a faculty meeting. Presented as a PDF SlideShow, participants will use only pencil and paper to complete the assessment. The pig they draw serves as a “test” of th
WHAT DO I TEACH ON THE FIRST DAYS OF SCHOOL IN SCIENCE - - DAY ONE WHO IS A SCIENTIST Stereotypes of scientists abound: The nerd with the pencil protector and the wild haired physicist (both white males) fill the scientific landscape with inacc
Every student is unique. They look differently and have individual personalities. They also have a preferred style of learning and expressing their learning. Additional they have intelligence strengths and weaknesses. All these differences need to be respected, embraced, and accommodated in the
This is a 6 week anger management group for elementary aged children, 1st through 5th grade. It addresses how anger impacts the body, various levels of anger, coping skills, how thoughts impact anger levels, and how family responds to anger. After these 6 sessions, children should become aware of
A 36"x24" inch sign for School Adjustment Counselors, School Guidance Counselors and School Psychologists to hang in their offices. What You Say In Here Stays In Here Except if: Someone Is Hurting You You Want To Hurt Someone You Want To Hurt Yourself
Things aren't always as they seem. Your students will love this fun and engaging power point. Featuring a variety of optical illusions, this power point can be used as a jumping off point for a number of different lessons. Whether for education, or just for fun, students of all ages will love this p
Image bundle of different kids and teens. They were originally part of various sets I cancelled at the moment, mostly on the subject of poor social skills (but will revise in the future, with completely different images) Includes transparent PNGS of both colored and black and white drawings. Perfe
Values Activity. The purpose of this activity is for students to get a better idea what they believe compared to what others in class believe about the things we value in life such as power, money, fairness, honesty, etc. This values activity works great for character education, health, psycholog
Abraham Harold Maslow was a psychologist who studied positive human qualities and the lives of exemplary people. He created a pyramid diagram that is now famously known as "Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs." I have created a cartoon version of the diagram, and hope it will make a great addition to your c
I created this behavior progress report to help students see their behavior throughout the course of the day and the week. This chart can be used in a regular education class or a behavior class. At the start of the week the student staples the chart in to their agenda. Throughout the day the teac
This BUNDLE is designed for students who struggle with social skills and have difficulty using inner dialogue to monitor and handle social interactions. Save $$ by buying the BUNDLE : )
This lesson covers the different types of behaviors that animals can have such as response, instinct, and learned behaviors. This lesson is designed for late elementary through middle school grades. Key Terms Include: -behavior -stimulus -stimuli -instinct -imprinting -conditioning -trial-and-erro
This file contains 16 Habit of Mind Award certificates to help reinforce the habits in your classroom and recognize students throughout the year! Encourage your students to be successful thinkers by rewarding them with these super cute certificates that will definitely help them to practice the hab


I created this PowerPoint for an after school program. It can be used in a Psychology class to demonstrate the executive processes of the frontal lobe of the brain. It can also be used as a fill lesson at the end of the year/before a break, or it is the perfect lesson for a sick day. It is a fun way
This curriculum was designed to help students who struggle with social pragmatics. The activities will help educators and speech-language pathologists explicitly teach students the non-verbal language areas that are crucial for them to fully understand others during conversations. With as much as 65

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