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  • Rita/PA I had a little girl many years ago with a talking problem. She was so much less problematic than you describe! (Wow!) At my wits end, I finally taped her as I was reading a book. SHe got to hear her voice being so disruptive. Her talking lessoned...See More
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  • a few ideas My hat is off to you kinder teachers because I could never do what you do. But this is a tool that I use with older students who blurt. I teach them to "rub your lips" and I tell them that it will wake their brain up so they can think ...See More
    Oct 9, 2014 report post
  • retired I had a young boy several decades ago who was just like this except he was only that way with me (his first year in a school setting). It was almost like a compulsion he talked so much even if he got no feedback from me. He would always have som...See More
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  • Lily S. thank you for your suggestions. This type of behavior is so above and beyond other students I have had. I am just really frustrated. On 10/09/14, My take wrote: > One thing that stood out to me was that school hasn't been in > session ...See More
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  • My take One thing that stood out to me was that school hasn't been in session that long and you have tried and abandoned several different techniques. Often when you start a plan, the behavior gets worse before it gets better. So, I would sit down ...See More
    Oct 9, 2014 report post
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