Some teachers may look to behavior charts to help manage their preschool or early education classroom. I would avoid using charts as they typically only produce the desired results for a short period of time and rarely instill long term results. Instead, find some other techniques you can try.
What’s the secret? What’s the magic formula to behavior management? If you are a teacher and need help with classroom management, or a parent struggling with your toddler or teen, then this article is a good place to start.
Administrators and teachers trying to find the next strategy to deal with the ever increasing flow of poor behavior. Short of parents actually sending their children to school ready to learn, this may be your answer.
This article explains how to use pre-existing software in Windows XP to take your class to the next level. Check out this cost saving solution while waiting on your Promethean board, Smart board or electronic tablets.
This article places an emphasis on service-learning being beneficial to the learner and those receiving service. It includes a basic plan for getting started with service-learning.
This is the 4th installment of a four part series. The purpose of this series is to remind teachers that literacy and learning to read needs to be an intentional process. If students are attempting to read for the first time or if they are struggling we need to provide phonological opportunities.
Are you still waiting for your school to shell out the $3000+ to buy your class a Promethean board? While you’re waiting try out this cheap fix. Your kids will love it!
Literacy and learning to read is an intentional process. If students are attempting to read for the first time or if they are struggling we need to provide opportunities for them to improve at their own pace.
This is a fun geometry based lesson. The increase in scale during the project helps solidify spatial awareness and measurement estimation. Throughout the project students will learn to use alternative tools to complete their assignments, ie… string in place of a compass.