For a few months in the fall of 2009, the sixth - graders in Abby Brown's class in Stillwater Area School District, Minnesota, felt like celebrities - they hosted anchors from local television news programs, a reporter from The New York Times, and camera crews from ABC World News.
Working with an ergonomic furniture company, Brown designed an adjustable-height desk that allows students to decide how they want to learn: They can stand, sit on a stool, or balance their feet on a swinging footrest.
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Some women tend to be "all about him" rather than all about themselves, as men tend to be, Heitler says.
He may like golfing on weekends while she may want him around for family time, for example.
"If she spoke up, they might be able to work out a better arrangement," Heitler says.
Celebrate every success with a good job or a high five. Don't rely on report card grades to be the judge of your student's progress.
Celebrate his or her reading a singular word correctly.