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Student survey of classroom environment

This 10-question survey can be used to gain student perceptions about the designs and workings of the classroom environment. These perceptions can be helpful in ensuring that classrooms are well-designed and engaging for all students. Read More

8 Reasons Why Teacher-Student Mediation Should be in Every School

Are you adamant about setting up a teacher-student mediation system in your school but are having a tough time persuading the decision-makers? Then use this one-sheet as a reference when explaining the many benefits of this common sense solution to conflict resolution as outlined in Restore the Respect. Read More

What is Teacher-Student Mediation?

In this excerpt from Restore the Respect: How to Mediate School Conflicts & Keep Students Learning, author and school psychologist Ondine Gross explains mediation and how it is beneficial to both educators and students alike. Read More

The Co-Design Model for Collaborative Instruction

This chapter explains everything you need to know about the co-design model, including the four research-based pathways to adopt the system in your classroom. Use the co-design model to promote successful learning for all students in the inclusive classroom setting. Read More

The Color Poem

Often, teaching poetry in the classroom is achieved successfully through imagery. This introductory lesson from The Word in Play provides students with insight into their own creative depths, helping to establish their “eye for resemblances.” Read More

Rethinking Students: Presuming Competence

This chapter from The Occupational Therapist's Handbook for Inclusive School Practices introduces the concept of rethinking students. Rethinking a student entails getting to know the student and then reflecting on how you see, treat, provide services to, and work with him or her. Read More

Rethinking Students: Presuming Competence

This chapter from The Speech-Language Pathologist's Handbook for Inclusive School Practices introduces the concept of rethinking students. Rethinking a student entails getting to know the student and then reflecting on how you see, treat, provide services to, and work with him or her. Read More