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Thanks for visiting today. I hope you find just what you need to help your students thrive. Here on Miss Dee’s Homeroom blog, I will share classroom tested resources and supports that help improve students’ social and emotional development. Let me know if you are looking for something special. I am glad to help.

10 Tips for Effective Classroom Management

Navigating the complexities of classroom management is integral for teachers seeking to foster optimal learning environments. While paramount for effective teaching, mastering classroom management presents significant challenges. From balancing diverse student needs to maintaining a positive atmosphere, teachers grapple with multifaceted tasks. However, understanding the importance of classroom management and

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Emotions: 4 Simple Reasons Why Students Need to Identify Their Emotions

In today’s educational landscape, fostering emotional intelligence is just as important as academic achievement. Students must be able to understand and manage their emotions. Emotional identification plays a pivotal role in self-regulation, a skill set essential for personal and academic success. Teaching students to engage in self-control, self-reflection, and emotional

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Empathy: Why Perspective-Taking Matters for Elementary Kids

Do you often see your students get into squabbles with one another? Do you often feel like you’re telling your students, “Would you like that if that happened to you?” Teaching perspective-taking can help students build empathy skills. Often our students lack the skill of perspective and understanding empathy (or

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My name is Dee, and I am a General Education teacher turned school level Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Combining my time in the classroom and my work as a BCBA, I have over 18 years of experience working directly with students with autism, ADHD, ODD, Intellectual Disabilities, Speech Language Impairments, and other social skills deficits. I look forward to sharing ideas with you.



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