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School Psychologist Resources: Returning to School After a Crisis

School Psychologist Resources Returning to School After a Crisis

Here are top resources for school psychologists on how to help your school community return to school after a crisis.

Avoiding the “December Dilemma”

Avoiding the December Dilemma

December can often times be difficult for educators as they try to acknowledge cultural traditions with the respect they deserve, without implying that certain traditions are more important than others

Incorporate Calming Classroom Techniques

Incorporate Calming Classroom Techniques

Students may struggle transitioning into a learning mindset, which might take a few minutes longer than usual. Work towards resolving this by utilizing calming, mindful strategies which can help students get into a more peaceful state of mind.

How SLPs Use Sign Language With Students

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Sign language is a tried-and-true method of communication for nonspeaking individuals. Here’s how SLPs can use sign language with their students.

Hey, Future Teacher, This Program Was Made Just for YOU!

Hey Future Teacher This Program Was Made Just for YOU

Join our Future Teacher Program and become a sub, teaching assistant, paraprofessional, or more while you pursue your full-time teaching certification.

Transitioning from Clinical to School-Based OT

Transitioning from Clinical to School-Based OT

Pediatric clinical OT and school-based OT both help children and teens participate as fully as possible in everyday “occupations” of living. However, clinical OT uses the medical model and school-based OT uses the educational model.

Celebrating Indigenous Cultures During National Native American Heritage Month

Celebrating Indigenous Cultures During National Native American

The month of November is recognized at Native American Heritage Month, with November 25th being recognized as Native American Heritage Day. This month is a great time to discuss and celebrate the history and contributions of Native Americans.

Executive Functioning in the Classroom

Executive functioning skills

Teachers: Check out this research-based framework to better understand why your students with executive functioning challenges frequently struggle with routine classroom tasks.

Tips for Negotiating SLP Salary

Tips for Negotiating SLP Salary

Are you nervous about negotiating? Don’t be! It’s easy when you’re prepared. Check out these tips for SLPs on negotiating salary.

Meet Geraldine E., Behavior Aide

Geraldine E., Behavior Aide

Meet Geraldine, who shares what it's like to work with the Cross Country Education team and schools and gives excellent advice for those interested in a career as a behavior aide.


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