Licensed vocational nurse, Tina J., shares why she decided to become an LVN and what she would tell nurses just embarking on their careers.
Help prevent bullying among your students with these outstanding resources, including engaging activities, videos, lesson plans, cartoons, celebrity appearances, and more.
Writing present levels of performance (PLPs) is a large part of your role as a school-based occupational therapist. Use these tips to set up a template to streamline your PLP-writing processes.
School SLPs, do you need some ideas for informal assessments to use with your students? Try dynamic assessment and non-word repetition!
School nurse Nicole B. shares why she became a school nurse, what she loves about working with Cross Country Education, and what advice she has for those just embarking on their school nurse careers.
Here are our favorite resources for teachers on how to recognize the signs of ADHD, where to find ADHD resources, and how to help your students with ADHD thrive in the classroom and beyond.
Here’s a go-to activity for substitute teachers to use when you have no lesson plan. It’s a fun way for kids to work collaboratively to review information – virtually and in person!
As SLPs, we are continually looking for the most efficient and effective speech therapy data collection methods. Here are some of our favorites – from tried-and-true traditional methods to innovative digital options for data collection.
In the wake of COVID-19 and school closures, school psychologists will face challenges in using telecommunication options to provide mental health services and suicide intervention. However, school psychologists should still implement best practices.
Writing measurable OT IEP goals is an essential part of our role as school-based occupational therapists. Learn how you can use the SMART template to easily write measurable goals.