Solutions for Smart but Struggling Students

Session 10: Specific Accommodation Ideas for Bright & Quirky Kids

Jacqui Byrne
Running time: 15:41

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  1. Julia on October 3, 2019 at 3:53 pm

    As a special education teacher- this was spot on. As a parent my struggle is getting my child to complete homework at home and not have it turn into a control battle every night. I have to remove all distractions or she will literally sit and an hour has gone by and she will play with a little piece of metal and her pencil or she gets up and eats repeatedly to avoid her work. How do I help her stay focused especially with work she does not want to do. I feel it is so different when it is your own child.

    • Debbie Steinberg-Kuntz on October 3, 2019 at 4:38 pm

      Julia, Did you hear our week 2 talks on executive function? There were some great ideas in there!

  2. Susan Hufford, Co-Founder of Winslow Institute on October 3, 2019 at 11:39 am

    Depth and Complexity is a method I use to teach GT and 2e kiddos in grades 2 through 5 executive functioning; each concept has its unique graphic organizer. Another method I use is Talents Unlimited, especially the planning and decision making matrix.

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