Flip Deficit Thinking IEP Meetings with Productive Positivity

By Dr. Kelsie Reed

As a school psychologist, I participate in most, if not all, IEP meetings at my assigned schools. I’ve experienced productive meetings, collaborative meetings, one-sided meetings, contentious meetings, argumentative meetings, and everything in between.

The common...

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Thank You, Magical Educators

By Stefani Roth

This week a wonderful thing happened. World-famous performer Adele, when asked about someone who had inspired and supported her when she was young, readily spoke about a teacher who changed her life.

From out of the crowd came the lovely Ms. McDonald, who embraced Adele and told...

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Harold and Maude, sunflowers, and the value of each human being

By Stefani Roth

One of my favorite movies is Harold and Maude. A little-known gem about a young man coming of age meeting and falling in love with a vivacious, soon-to-be 80-year-old woman.

Wait, what? Yup, all kinds of things to unpack in that storyline, but the most important, as is usually the...

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