Turning Their Horns to Halos: M.A.P.S. For Success With Students Who are Distant M-Mentally, A-Academically, P-Physically, and/or S-Socially
How to Turn Their Horns to Halos: M.A.P.S. For Success With Students Who are Distant M-Mentally, A-Academically, P-Physically, and/or S-Socially
Effective Strategies for Managing and Motivating Difficult Students and Children
This book is now in its final stages and will be published October 1, 2020! Take advantage of this pre-order special and save $10
It has been in the works for almost 30 years based on my experience in the classroom, working with students and teachers from all grade levels and subjects all over Texas, and producing live and recorded videos and webinars for over 10 years!
Here is the table of contents that you can look forward to:
Chapter 1: M.A.P.S. For Success with Students Who are Distant Mentally, Academically, Physically, and/or Socially
Mentally - For every five minutes that passes in a traditional classroom, one student stops listening and is only hearing noise. It's kind of like Charlie Brown's Teacher....'Waa...Waa...Waaa!" The problem with distant learning is that the students have been out of the classroom for half a year depending on when you are reading this! That means that two or three times as many students are disconnecting to your lessons mentally. In this section, you will learn strategies to keep kids focused for longer periods of time. Hearing will become actual listening and looking will transform into seeing!