Tips For Getting Students With ADHD to Concentrate

If your student has struggled with a learning difference and/or ADHD, you know how difficult it can be to concentrate at times. This challenge can make homework, studying and even time in a classroom especially tiresome. With that said, we thought it may be helpful to put together a quick list of approaches to help...
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IET’s Fall Reading List

What better way to experience this cool Fall weather than to curl up with a new book. Lucky for us, there are some amazing new reads fresh on the shelves. Here’s IET’s list of our 3 Fall favorites.       Seafire, Natalie C. Parker Available Now Grade Level: 7th and up This book is...
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IET’s Back to School Favorites

  With school back in session, we thought it would be fun to share a few last-minute items we know students will love. Aside from your typical paper, pencils, and backpack, these are eco-friendly and IET approved items that you may not have thought of. Hydroflask Reusable Water Bottle (Straw Top) https://www.rei.com/product/127040/hydro-flask-wide-mouth-vacuum-water-bottle-with-straw-lid-12-fl-oz-kids?sku=1270400002&store=29 Double-wall vacuum insulation...
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Listening & Active Listening, Tips & Tricks

Did You Know? Research suggests that we only remember around 25-50% of what we hear. That means, naturally, students are only retaining half of what a teacher is communicating. Because listening is a skill, it is actually something that can be refined and improved. By becoming a better listener, students are able to perform better...
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IET Approved Summer Reads for Young Adults

The warm weather has arrived and schools are officially on summer break. If your YA is looking for something new to read at home, near the pool or lounging at the beach, here are our top picks. Children of Blood and Bone “The epic I’ve been waiting for.” —New York Times-bestselling author Marie Lu This...
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