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How to Reframe a Negative Thought with a...
This is a thought record. It's kind of like a journal page. Here, you can write down something that you are thinking about that is bothering you and work through the steps in each column. If you click on the image, it takes you to a website that further explains each column. This activity is going to help us challenge some of the negative thoughts you experience and re-frame them into neutral or positive thoughts.
Lessons Worth Sharing
Helping Students Learn: Growth Mindset What is the key to success? Above all, it is having a growth mindset! With differentiation, high expectations,the teaching and modeling of basic skills (such as problem solving strategies),foundational concepts,gradual release of responsibility, freedom to fail, and a whole lot of truth and love, you can prepare students to succeed not only in the classroom but in life.
Cognitive Distortion Thought Bubbles–Sim...
Children with Asperger's and other autism spectrum disorders can get quite a lot of upsetting thoughts. Here are 50 pre-written thought bubbles that are easy to download, print and use (teachers, SLP's, anyone, not just therapists). Make a quick CBT, hands-on matching game or add a visual dimension to your work.
Brain Interactive Notebook
This isn't just for science! I recommend using this resource with your students in the first few weeks of school to teach them how we learn. These interactive notebook templates are great for any subject! Included: • Functions of the 4 Brain Lobes • Parts of a Neuron • Dendrites Looking for more science notebook activities for the human body?