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Therapy-based Intervention That Works In Classrooms For Busy Teachers And Support Staff
for every one child that gets support in the classroom, do you see many more who need it but don’t qualify for special services?
Do you want to help, but lack the resources, time, and energy to effectively meet the needs of all your students? Are some falling through the cracks? Are you trying to figure out how to help students be successful who have:
dyslexia • autism • ADHD • behavior issues • learning challenges
How do you organize, prioritize, and design long-term, measurable interventions that work for students who have one or more labels, while also supporting all students so no one is singled out or falls through the cracks?
It’s a lot to deal with on a daily basis. Everyone on our team has been there and learned the hard way. We want to show you the easy way and save you hours of trial and error.
Designing interventions doesn’t have to be expensive, time consuming, confusing, or exhausting. But they do need to be evidence-based and effective.
are hurdles keeping you from meeting Your students’ needs?
money and resources
time or lack thereof
special education and general education divide
limited agreement on effective strategies
busy agendas with no priority given to collaboration
staff unsure about how to work together
support staff not feeling welcome in classrooms
Want to jump The hurdles and get on the fast track to student success?
You don’t have to spend hours of your valuable time researching online and sitting through lengthy planning meetings. We love research and have done it for you. We mined the data and uncovered impactful gems that lead to student success.
Collaboration comes out on top as one of the best predictors of student success. Collaboration also leads to staff feeling effective, empowered, and energized.
With an organized, step-by-step process, you and your multidisciplinary team members learn how to unpack all the different interventions you already use, organize them into a five systems approach, and expand them with our evidence-based routines and activities. If someone asks, “Where’s your research?” just turn our activity posters over and say, “Right here!”
nine ways to up success while lowering stress
Minute Moves are used daily by all staff and students to quickly get everyone on the same page.
Strategies are integrated seamlessly with academic skills so no time is taken away from teaching.
Resources go further from services being delivered in the classroom to support all learners in need.
Students lead routines as soon as possible so they support each other and no one is singled out.
Support staff and teachers use clear, specific activities that take the guesswork out of collaborating.
Staff learn a new routine each month to grow their skills without adding to feelings of overwhelm.
Research is provided on the backs of Minute Moves activity posters for solid, sure footing.
School culture experiences a shift from “my kids” to “our kids” through universal tools.
A framework of theory, research, and tiered intervention guides collaboration for staff.
Staff sharing skill sets and speaking the same language are the fastest ways to flip the learning switch for your students. We’d love to show you how.
“I’m having my rock star moment. The more I share my passion for educating, the more my staff is seeking out information from me. I am so excited and feel so successful.”
Dr. Rachel Gambino, DPT
“Thank you for giving us such a successful day. We haven’t had people so excited about anything for quite some time.”
Peggy Canale, Teacher
“Thanks for having such a valuable body of work to present, and for the dynamic way in which you present it. It was very well received.”
Judi Campbell, Director of the Morgan Center
For over twenty years, our therapy-based interventions have been integrated into classrooms to support all students. Let’s flip some learning switches together…yours and your students.
Ready to flip the switch? these kits are the perfect start!
Choose Minute Moves for classroom or school-wide implementation.
Choose Focus Moves to bridge developmental gaps or use in motor labs.
Choose Power Up! Moves for literacy stations to support readers with dyslexia, SPD, or ADHD.
All Super Kits come with online video support and an online team to help you get started easily.
Conversations with Dr. Debra Em Wilson, Founder of S'cool Moves, Reading Specialist, Collaboration Coach, Mum of an Adult With Special Needs, and Passionate Advocate for Children Who Think and Learn Differently