Layout of an Art Classroom for K-12 Art rooms can either be a joy or a headache. Here are some great ideas to help you get started in the right direction. Whether you are looking for a layout or types of storage, you will find it all here.
Students With Depression: Help in the Classroom Signs of depression in students often go unrecognized. The symptoms are often missed and explained away as normal teenage behavior. Students with untreated depression are more likely to commit suicide and have behavioral problems. Find out how you, as a teacher, can help.
Setting up a Kindergarten Classroom For a Successful School Year A kindergarten teacher and classroom environment set the atmosphere for a child's first impression of school. If the classroom is warm and welcoming to the most timid child, it will be a success. Young children flourish in a classroom that has bright and inviting colors.
Helping Students Return to School After a Rape Rape impacts a student so strongly they may be adrift academically. Teachers must ensure that students returning to school after a rape get all of the help and support they need to make it through a very difficult time as they try to regain normalcy after their terrible trauma.
Examinations: Tips to Organizing and Managing School Exams So you are in charge of running student examinations? Make the process run smoothly by organizing ahead of time and learn how best to serve the needs of those taking exams as well as ensuring the school continues to function for everyone else! Written with Middle and High School in mind.
Intervention Strategies for the Educator Do you need intervention strategies for behavioral problems in the classroom? Read on for a review of classroom management and intervention strategies in education for difficult behaviors that range from class-wide behavior plans to a formal functional behavior analysis.