Keeping Multiplication Straight

When multiplying steps up to double-digits, keeping numbers straight and organized is difficult.  This is especially true for students with learning disabilities, ADHD, or fine motor issues.  In order to help students learn the process of multiplication without...

Dots to Done Helping Reluctant Students

Once in a while, we end up with a student who simply refuses to work.  There can be many reasons for the refusal, but it seems the no amount of negative reinforcers like missing recess or calls to parents have an impact.  At a Special Education conference a few years...

A Perfect Mechanical Pencil for Beginning Writers

When a child is learning to write we have found that having a large pencil improves their ability to write with better fine motor control.  We all remember the jumbo kindergarten pencils and crayons.  How can we improve on this time tested system? PaperMate has...

Where is EduInterventions?

Years ago I created a website called EduInterventions.com.  The site was developed to share intervention strategies for students with special needs.  This site had some great resources but slowly was abandoned. The site has dropped off the internet, but the idea for...

Sugoi Teaching Moving Forward

I’m sure at this point there are few who have closely followed this site over time.  If you have, you may have remembered a pretty full-featured site with inadequate and infrequent content, the recent past where it was an unattractive and almost contentless...

The Best Technology Training for Teachers

Home It is surprising that I’m writing a post regarding my excitement about the teacher in-service website. There is no shortage of sites that have a host of videos trying to train teachers about various subjects. The problem with all of the sites is that most...