A Day in the Life of a Child With Executive Functioning Issues
Some kids have a really tough time getting organized and starting tasks. Planning, focusing and using working memory can be big challenges too. Use this visual guide to see how executive functioning issues can affect a child’s daily life.
TEAR Model of Grief - Psychology Tools
Worden formulated the process of grief as consisting of tasks including accepting the reality of the loss and expeirencing its pain. This client iInformation handout details the tasks of grief based upon Worden's (1991) model.
Nature vs Nurture | Educational Psychology Poster
Daydream Education's Nature Vs Nurture Poster is a great learning and teaching tool. The engaging and attention grabbing psychology poster is guaranteed to improve understanding and help brighten up your school hallways and classrooms. It provides an excellent overview of the debate and includes information on where the different approaches stand.
40 Sites To Bookmark if Your Child is Gifted
Parenting a gifted or twice-exceptional child can be a challenge. I wouldn't change our journey for the world, but parenting and educating our PG/2E son has been one of our life's greatest challenges. I have learned so much from him and I always tell folks that he is my wisest teacher. If you are new to the gifted/2E parenting journey, welcome! Hang on to your hat, because you are in for one wild ride! Today, I'm sharing some of my favorite gifted resources and I hope that they help you on…
How To Understand Child's Psychology? #Infographic
Every child has a unique personality and traits. Understanding your child’s psychology plays a crucial role in guiding and nurturing your child. A Parent need to be a good friend at times because it would encourage child to have a pleasant interaction with them. Spending more time with kids can get the parents to involve more in their life and bonding as well. Here is an infographic post from MomJunction on "How To Understand Child Psychology?" that will be able to guide you through this…