I Have Found the Perfect Solution for That Light Switch Flicker in Your Classroom!

I Have Found the Perfect Solution for That Light Switch Flicker in Your Classroom!

If you work with pre-school students or older students with special needs, chances are you have had someone along the line drive you crazy with switching your lights on and off!

I know I’ve seen this many, many times.  So what is the solution?  I’ve seen stop signs near the switch, I’ve seen furniture pushed in under the switch (at least at the door), I’ve seen teachers put an informal behavior plan in place to get them doing other things, etc.

What I haven’t seen is this simple, clever and very cute idea that I learned from my friend and colleague, Kristie Lofland to help stop those little fingers from flicking the lights!!!

Take a look!

There is exactly 30 days until the wonderful and amazing Sarah Ward is coming to Westfield Washington Schools to present her incredible information on executive functioning!  You won’t want to miss out on one of most dynamic speakers I’ve ever heard!

Her daughter has had challenges with executive functioning for years, which required Sarah to often put strategies in place.  Then one of the worst moments of her life happened, Sarah’s husband was hit by a Mack truck while riding his bike and suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result. Sarah, a speech/language pathologist, was forced to learn even more about how to deal with executive functioning issues.  She literally has become the national guru for executive functioning strategies.

Sign up TODAY!!!

When I heard Sarah speak last year, folks were flying in from Canada and driving from 3 and 4 hours away just to hear her speak.

I will be there, welcoming you to this exciting event.  If you can only go to one professional development training a year, trust me, this is IT!  Seating is limited, so sign up SOON!!

Hope to see you there!

You take care and I’ll see you next time!


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