Ways to Manage Challenging Students (e-book)
Download your free copy of Dave's "Ways to Manage Challenging Students" e-book.
This e-book gives 101 tips on ways to manage challenging students and also looks at the importance of non-verbal communication, ways to manage conflicts and the strategies we can give to students to help support them.
Keeping It Simple - Ways To Create A Presence In The Classroom (Video)
This webinar is presented by Dave Vizard. This webinar gives a range of practical tips on how you can successfully create a presence in the classroom that will have an immediate impact and improve your skills in managing inappropriate behaviour effectively.
Brain Matters mp3
Brain Matters is an audio read by Dave Vizard from Brain Matters that make a difference in your grades taken from his chapter in the American publication ‘Amazing Grades – 101 Best Ways to Improve Your Grades faster’.
Amazing Grades – 101 Best Ways to Improve Your Grades Faster is a new USA publication from Pat Wyman M.A. It brings together 101 authors from USA, UK and other areas to give top tips for learners to use to improve their grades. It is an interactive book with personal learning styles included. It also includes access to exclusive videos and MP3 files for students to use. There are special chapters for Parents and Teachers. I have produced a chapter for this book entitled Brain Matters That Make A Difference In Your Grades.
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A RANGE OF BRAIN BREAKS TO USE IN THE CLASSROOM
- Get students to sit and run on the spot, with both feet moving backwards and forwards whilst staying seated.
- Swimming – right hand breast stroke motion, left hand backstroke and then add one foot doing a different swimming kick and then the second foot doing another kick...
Girls behaving badly - ADHD and girls
An article by Fintan O’Regan
When it comes to ADHD, girls are different than boys. One estimate is that between 3% - 5% of all children have some form of ADHD. Experts have thought that ADHD occurs in three times as many boys as girls. Recently, however, more girls with ADHD are being identified as specific research is done on the types of ADHD and how they show up in women and girls.