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"Problem Solving Boogie" is a groovin' preschool teaching song for young children about learning problem-solving strategies. The song is a fun way to teach emotional management skills in young children such as breathing deeply, counting to ten, calming down, and starting again.
Teaching Simple Problem SolvingLike Autism Live on Facebook at http://facebook.com/autismlive
Executive Function skills are important because they help children to be able to identify a goal, work towards it, trouble-shoot difficulties, be flexible and arrive at their goal. Shannon Penrod, host of Autism Live shares how we can start with young children and teach them simple problem solving, which will serve them well on their way to more complex problem solving.
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Preschool Problem SolvingTwo children at a water table are playing. One child gets water on his head and a teacher is there to facilitate language exchanges and problem solving. What theories do you think this teacher is implementing in her practice? Why?
How to teach critical thinking skills in kindergarten: problem-solving and numeracy skillsTeach 21st century skills with confidence http://oxelt.gl/oxfordshowandtell
Teacher trainer, Freia Layfield, shares a really colorful way to develop children's numeracy and critical thinking skills.
This activity teaches the following 21st century skills: critical thinking, communication and collaboration.
How to Teach Problem SolvingThis is a video about teaching Middle school students how to solve Non Routine problems.
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easy system to solve word problems.wmvA video model showing how to teach a step by step process to solve word problems. This video shows a simple way to solve word problems targeted mainly to middle school students, but it is also good for 4th graders, 5th graders, 6th graders, 7th graders, 8th graders, and 9th graders. It will even help as background skills for algebra. This system for solving word problems will show teachers how to teach students ways to apply their math skills in real world applications. This video can be used by teachers as a coaching video to model how to teach students how to solve word problems. Parents can also learn from this video to help their children ages 10 years through 14 years to solve word problems especially as homework. The system for solving word problems used in this video is called "solving word problems with a BUCK" this system helps teachers teach students how to simplify, organize, and solve word problems, after all "Life is a Word Problem" -- the lesson will model how to breakdown a word problem and make it easier to solve because it will not be confusing for the students. This video will show students how to remember an easy way to do the word problems making them less threatening, lowering anxiety and resistance to word problems. The strategies modeled in this video will help students prepare for the STAR testing and provide more success on the math portion of the CST and other standardized testing. This system is extremely helpful to struggling, low performing students due to the simplicity and easy to remember method. It will help English Language Learners understand how to solve word problems with the easy to understand method, building on and reinforcing academic language.
Rethinking Challenging Kids-Where There's a Skill There's a Way | J. Stuart Ablon | TEDxBeaconStreetNote: In this video, Dr. Stuart Ablon, Director of the Think:Kids program in the Department of Psychiatry at MGH, describes the general tenets of a model of care called Collaborative Problem Solving, which was originated by Dr. Ross Greene in his book The Explosive Child. In 2008, Dr. Greene was forced to end his tenure as the original Director of the Think:Kids program when the Chief of Psychiatry at MGH, Dr. Jerrold Rosenbaum, demanded that he relinquish his intellectual property to MGH. Dr. Greene refused to do so. Since that time, Dr. Ablon and the Think:Kids program have disseminated a variant of Dr. Greene’s work. In 2013, MGH took successful legal action to prohibit Dr. Greene from referring to the model he originated by the name Collaborative Problem Solving. Dr. Greene now refers to his work as Collaborative & Proactive Solutions, and his new non-profit, Lives in the Balance (www.livesinthebalance.org) provides a vast array of free, web-based resources on his model.
Dr. Stuart Ablon is a child psychologist who specializes in working with challenging children and their families, teachers and helpers.
He serves as the Director of Think:Kids at Massachusetts General Hospital Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School.
Challenging behavior exhibited by children and adolescents is a common concern and frustration for parents, teachers, and other helpers. In this talk, Dr. Stuart Ablon of Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School will challenge the conventional wisdom about what causes challenging behavior and as a result what we should do to help. Drawing from research in the neurosciences, Dr. Ablon will suggest a revolutionary way of thinking about challenging behavior and a corresponding process by which kids of all kinds can be taught skills of flexibility, frustration tolerance and problem solving.
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Sneaky Ways to Boost Problem Solving Skills for KidsSneaky Ways to Boost Problem Solving Skills for Kids. Part of the series: Get Involved. These three activities help teach your children essential problem-solving skills. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/video_12276855_sneaky-ways-boost-problem-solving-skills-kids.html
Dr. Lynne Kenney: Teach Children Problem Solving SkillsBuy this DVD at: www.yoursuccessstore.com
Dr. Lynne Kenney, a self-professed "nine year-old at heart," recognizes that we live in a stressful world. She also believes that kids are resilient and forgiving, and that in the face of challenges, we can raise strong, independent children while living passionately and helping our children do the same. A clinician and an educator, Dr. Kenney talks about: Establishing and communicating values for our children; Setting boundaries; Getting out of the "control cycle"; Helping kids define themselves.
Dr. Kenney founded the multimedia franchise Real Time Moms, audiocasts the ModMom show, and hosts Baby Basics on BabyFirst tV. she has written for audiences from children to divorce court judges, and she has a busy clinical practice. she holds a doctorate in psychology from Pepperdine University and has trained at Harvard Medical School and UCLA Medical School.
Problem Solving Groupwork Activities in the ClassroomTeaching problem-solving group activities can enhance both effectiveness and learning for all students. Group work in the classroom is a valuable enterprise for all students since it helps students learn both collaborative problem-solving and increased toleration of others. Even better, the combination of props, a successful environment, and time to debrief in a group allows students from all levels of learning to develop the ability to create a successful project or presentation.
In this video, an example of a History Alive! problem-solving group work activity demonstrates how students learning about aspects of life in medieval European towns work in groups. The students then present about one aspect of life in medieval European towns. Just like the handouts provided in the History Alive! lesson, the Bring Science Alive! interactive science lesson plans provide the opportunity for teaching 5th-grade science using hands-on activities and student interaction that increase knowledge about problem-solving for students.
Problem Solving In The MomentTeachers can use the problem solving approach of this in-service suite with children in their classrooms. It helps children resolve social problems as they arise “in the moment.” This video is part of a series of 15-minute in-service suites on Engaging Interactions and Environments.
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Dr. Lynne Kenney: Teach Children Problem Solving SkillsDr. Lynne Kenney, a self-professed "nine year-old at heart," recognizes that we live in a stressful world. She also believes that kids are resilient and forgiving, and that in the face of challenges, we can raise strong, independent children while living passionately and helping our children do the same. A clinician and an educator, Dr. Kenney talks about: Establishing and communicating values for our children; Setting boundaries; Getting out of the "control cycle"; Helping kids define themselves.
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1st Grade Solving Story Problems with Magic Words.AVIIn this tutorial we go over the "magic words" and the steps to solving a story problem (word problem). We will demonstrate for you how to identify the important information, the magic words that tell you if it is addition or subtraction, and how to write and solve the number equation.
Maine School Engages Kids With Problem-Solving ChallengesSpecial correspondent John Tulenko of Leaning Matters reports on a public middle school in Portland, Maine that is taking a different approach to teaching students. Teachers have swapped traditional curriculum for an unusually comprehensive science curriculum that emphasizes problem-solving, with a little help from some robots.
I Am A Good Listener: Teaching children the importance of listeningOur mission at Affies4Kids is to provide parents and teachers with easy tools to help kids develop a lifelong habit of positive self-talk. Although not a non-profit, our team works 100% through volunteer efforts and we remain committed to our mission to get Affies out to as many young children as possible. If you feel that our free videos have been of value to your family and your school, please consider making a donation at affies4kids.com - Every dollar goes directly toward achieving our goal.
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In this story, Beaver thinks everyone likes to hear him talk, making his friends frustrated by his lack of self-control. After not listening to his dad's advice, he chews the wrong tree, and his lips get stuck together with sap. This gives Beaver a chance to listen to friends, and he realizes what it takes to be a good listener, and friend.
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Activities to teach Problem Solving to ChildrenIn this video AnnaMarie Squailia will give you activities that you can use to teach problem solving to your children.
2nd Grade Word Problems: Solving a Common Core Word Problem where the Total is GivenHey! For the parents with older children as well... if you have a child transitioning from middle school to high school and your student struggles with Algebra, as many of us did check this link out for a little help to establish a strong math foundation for H.S.
In a bag of marbles, 14 are purple, 12 are red, and the rest are green. If 46 marbles are in the bag, how many marbles are green?
This is a "Take Apart" word problem where the PART is unknown. It is a type of "Part-Part-Whole" problem seen in 1st and 2nd grade.
Questions answered in this video:
What steps should I take to solve a word problem?
How to solve 2nd grade word problems?
What is a Part part whole story problem?
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How to Help my Kids with Math!!
FIRST and foremost, let's start with a game plan!
Step 1 ... Identify the TYPE of word problem that you are dealing with!
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"Word Problem Types - 2nd Grade"
Step 2 ... Draw and label a MODEL!
Need more help with the MODELS? Check out this video:
"Word Problem Models - Second Grade"
Step 3 ... Choose your STRATEGY (wisely)!
Discover all 5 types of addition and subtraction word problems.
Then, learn how to draw the most effective model!
Lastly, solve the problem using a strategy!
Use my 3-step game plan to help you get started in the world of word problems.
Drawing the model is the second step in solving any word problem. It tends to be the most overlooked step. But, today I am stepping out to help those of you to start incorporating it in solving every word problem.
Most common model used in second grade math word problems =
Tape Diagrams ... or ... Bar Models
we also see "Double Tape" Diagrams
Note: it is quite possible your student may see 2-step problems or a word problem involving two or more of these types.
These are the types broken down:
"Start Change Result" Word Problems ... (also "Change")
- "Add to" Word Problems ... (or "Join")
- "Take from" Word Problems ... (or "Separate")
"Part Part Whole" Word Problems
- "Put Together" Word Problems ... (Finding the total)
- "Take Apart" Word Problems ... (Finding a part)
"Comparison" Word Problems ... ("More than" / "Less than")
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What's better than having to discipline your children or needing to do things for them? Teaching them how to become self-disciplined and learn to problem solve on their own! Certified PET Instructor, Meike Lemmens, explains how PET teaches this concept to parents.
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Kids problem solvingA Year 2 primary school teacher talking about how chidlren in her school are learning to problem solve for themselves following training in Restorative Practices from www.peacemakers.org.uk
Problem Solving for Kids: An Executive Function SkillTeaching children the right answers is not nearly as important as giving them the tools to figure out the right answers themselves. Problem solving is one of the many executive function skills we help develop at Primrose Schools. By encouraging children to ask the “what if” questions, we prepare them for future success.
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A delightful way to teach kids about computers | Linda LiukasComputer code is the next universal language, and its syntax will be limited only by the imaginations of the next generation of programmers. Linda Liukas is helping to educate problem-solving kids, encouraging them to see computers not as mechanical, boring and complicated but as colorful, expressive machines meant to be tinkered with. In this talk, she invites us to imagine a world where the Ada Lovelaces of tomorrow grow up to be optimistic and brave about technology and use it to create a new world that is wonderful, whimsical and a tiny bit weird.
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Real-World Problem Solving: Finding Solutions Through ProjectsBy using real-world problems as projects for children to solve, Crellin Elementary empowers, engages, and excites students about what they can learn and how they can use that knowledge.
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CUBES- Math StrategyThis presentation is hosted on PowToon teaches the CUBES strategy in order to solve any math word problem.
Pre-School-U: Independence and Problem-SolvingThis video explains how "grown-up" tasks teach children decision-making and how to think for themselves.
Teaching young kids CALM problem solving.This was not planned but it made for a great share.... My just-turned 3 year old and 19 month old practice CALM problem solving. Repetitively help teach your little one tools to respond appropriately and in time they will eventually develop emotional control.
Pre-School-U - Independence and Problem SolvingThis compilation of videos describes how grown-up tasks teach children decision-making and how to think for themselves.
Teaching Preschool Children Conflict Resolution SkillsDr. Carlota Schechter explains how conflicts can be made into learning opportunities so that children learn the skills necessary to solve conflicts independently.
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A two-year-old's solution to the trolley problemI'm a psychology professor who teaches a class on moral psychology. I decided to record my two-year-old son's response to a commonly-discussed ethical dilemma so that I could share it with my class.
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Early Childhood Standards: 3. Problem Solving, Reasoning and NumeracyThe third multi-media teaching resource in the Rot Bilong Lainim Pikinini (Early Learning Standards) series.
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Dr. Adel Najdowski, Director of Skills, shares tips on teaching Problem Solving to children on the Autism spectrum. Parents can begin teaching problem solving with very young children and continue growing the skill until the child is older. Strategies include using a visual problem solving bank!
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Teaching CS Fundamentals: Teaching Problem SolvingLearn how to teach the CS Fundamentals curriculum with this online professional development from Code.org.
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Conflict Resolution- Problem Solving with Gene Bedley.mpgGene Bedley demonstrating counseling strategies in solving problems with difficult young children. Gene advocates setting up talk it over chairs in your classroom problem solving center and including an Option Wall and a problems chart to assist kids with daily choices.
You can teach really young children how to solve problems by using beads with four different colors. The red bead represents fact finding or clarifying "What Happened" The yellow bead represents "How are you going to fix it? This step places the responsibility on the child to solve their own problem. The green bead asks the question "What the first thing you can do to fix the problem? This communicates the importance of responsibility in solving the responsibility. The black bead raises the question "What happens if we don't fix the problem? These strategies and many more are taught in the course Value Driven -The Core ethical Values that define you. You can register for the online course at www.rachelschallenge.org
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Chess Improves Problem Solving Skills for Children!In this Studio 10 TV segment, we discuss how chess can help children in many ways. What is the best way to start teaching a child? How do you teach a preschooler to play so that they immediately start applying the lessons to their lives? Watch and find out!
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ALWAYS A SOLUTION (Teaching children problem solving skills)If you are in a lot of trouble, like when you are fighting with your sibling or friend, remember that THERE IS ALWAYS A SOLUTION!
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