Ideas to help students whose behavior affects performance

03/4/2013 | MiddleWeb

Students who are struggling need patience and encouragement to build confidence and learn, writes special-education teacher Laurie Wasserman. Wasserman in this blog post shares ideas that she learned during a recent experience with a challenging STEM professional-development project. "I realize that the most valuable lesson I've learned from this STEM grant wasn't how to use the laptop, or navigate the math; it's how I can better approach my students whose behaviors affect their classroom performance," Wasserman writes.

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