How teachers can ease students' concerns about needing help

07/8/2013 | Powerful Learning Practice

Making students feel comfortable about spending time to work one-on-one in math, reading or writing is important in supporting them, Paramus, N.J., support teacher Arwen Kuttner writes in this blog post. Kuttner writes that she talks to students about their strengths and emphasizes that all learners have different needs. She also makes her classroom inviting and fun with sensory cushions and colorful pencils.

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