In my last post, I included an infographic of responses a teacher may use during instruction to motivate and engage an off-task student. I recently found another relevant picture that provides some proactive strategies teachers can use to prevent off-task behavior all together. It focuses on engaging all of the different modes of learning we […]
Source: anethicalisland.wordpress.com via Miranda on Pinterest It can be challenging at times when we are working with a student who is not engaged in our lesson. So often, we fall into the easy route of blaming the student for inability to sit still, focus or behave. Way too often, this repeated behavior results in teachers […]
While browsing my twitter feed I came across a great step by step guide to introduce technology in the classroom — courtesy of Teach Mary. Steps Let parents know that their children will be using technology to support learning inside and outside the classroom. Inventory available technology for students to use inside and outside the […]
This has some great ideas for beginning teachers to set up guided reading in their classrooms. I find that it builds off of many of the CAFE and Daily 5 strategies that many teachers are already using in their classrooms today.
This is a great classroom strategy to maximize student learning. I was privileged enough to work with a teacher who is open to allowing me to try out some of my ideas in her classroom as I work towards finishing my education degree. Here is some background information on this organization! Thank you Krista 🙂
This summer my job was to work with the school aged students during their summer vacation. Knowing that I would be interacting with students from aged 5 to 10, all from different backgrounds and schooling expectations, I knew I had to develop a foolproof classroom management plan. Inspired by Chapter 6 of Inclusion of Exceptional Learners in […]