Melania Gherasim

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10 Things About Childhood Trauma Every Teacher Needs to Know

For children who have experienced trauma, learning can be a big struggle. But once trauma is identified, we can adapt our approach to help kids cope.

Thought Bubbles - Metacognition Manipulative:  This would be great to laminate and then kids could write on it before / during / after reading.

A Teacher's Treasure: Treasured Tip - Reading is Thinking Thought Bubbles - have different stations where different texts are located. Students must read their text & respond based on the bubble

Learn about planning, organization, task initiation, time management, working memory, metacognition, self-control, attention, flexbility, and perseverance. These 10 executive functioning skills can help kids and young adults! #pathway2success #executivefunctioning #studyskills

Learn about planning, organization, task initiation, time management, working memory, metacognition, self-control, attention, flexbility, and perseverance. These 10 executive functioning skills can help kids and young adults! #pathway2success #executivefunctioning #studyskills

Great Questions (simple and powerful)

Great Questions (simple and powerful)

Metacognition is a phrase that is being talked about in more and more in staff rooms. But many people are still unclear on exactly what it is, how strong the science behind it is and the best ways are to help students develop metacognitive skills. Metacognition – What Is It? Metacognition is the ability to …

Metacognition is fostered when connecting and synthesizing information. This resource provides nine simple tips that teachers can use to help students draw connections between material.

A Call to Connection: Making Childhood Trauma Personal | Dr. Allison Jackson | TEDxRVA - YouTube

A Call to Connection: Making Childhood Trauma Personal | Dr. Allison Jackson | TEDxRVA - YouTube

It Didn’t Start With You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are

It Didn’t Start With You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are