Educational Professionals Blog

Latest stories, information, articles, research, career and employment tips for teachers and educational professionals on the go.

Substitute Teacher Survival Kit

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Check out our favorite resources for substitute teachers, including emergency lesson plans, advice from experienced subs, teaching podcast recommendations, and more!

Childhood Apraxia of Speech – Diagnosis, Treatment, and Resources for School SLPs

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Apraxia can be challenging to diagnose. Here are tips and resources to help school SLPs find clarity in diagnosing and treating childhood apraxia of speech.

ADHD Awareness: Tips for Supporting Students

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Teachers: Try using these ADHD strategies and supports to help students who struggle with maintaining focus and attention.

Employee Spotlight – Adriana L., Certified Nursing Assistant

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Certified nursing assistant Adriana L. shares why she decided to work in schools and what she would tell CNAs just embarking on their careers.

How to Write Effective Social-Emotional IEP Goals

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If you’re a school psychologist or special education teacher, you may be expected to write IEP goals for students who receive social-emotional or behavioral support. Here are tips for writing effective social-emotional goals.

Stuttering Awareness

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Check out our top 3 resources on stuttering for school SLPs, teachers, and educational support professionals.

Employee Spotlight - Tina J., LVN


Licensed vocational nurse, Tina J., shares why she decided to become an LVN and what she would tell nurses just embarking on their careers.

Bullying Prevention – Resources for Educators

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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: Tips for School OTs

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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.

Dynamic Assessment and Non-word Repetition for School SLPs

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School SLPs, do you need some ideas for informal assessments to use with your students? Try dynamic assessment and non-word repetition!

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