Drew Perkins talks with Michaeleen Doucleff, about the power of parenting styles in ancient cultures might help teachers with their students.
What is the one classroom management tip that works every time? Build strong relationships with every student, every day.
by Jennifer Rita Nichols One of the biggest struggles facing new teachers is figuring out how to effectively manage a classroom. This is very different from teaching–make no mistake about it! Most of us learn how to teach in our teacher education programs. We learn about the curriculum and standards that must be followed. We…
27 Classroom Management Strategies To Keep Things Fresh Classroom management is as much about instructional design and relationships as it is rules and discipline. Though there are certainly exceptional situations, in general the more you’re having to hold them under your thumb, the more likely it is adjustments are necessary elsewhere. We recently shared on…
by edshelf: Reviews & recommendations of tools for education One of the top frustrations of classroom teachers is behavior management. Keeping your little learners engaged, focused, and respectful is a constant process. Easier said than done though, right? Perhaps this collection of apps from South Carolina math and engineering teacher Chris Beyerle can help. They aren’t a…
ClassDojo, the digital app designed to reward positive behavior in the classroom, has released their emerging student-feedback service to the iTunes App Store. Courtesy of the app, teachers armed with an iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch, teachers can provide learners with real-time feedback via audio-visual cues. Over 3.5 million teachers and students have used Class…
This webinar on teacher mental health in the elementary classroom will explore internal and external factors and strategies to thrive.
Here are 30 of the best teaching and learning tools that integrate with and otherwise extend and improve Google Classroom.
While there have been some challenges to overcome, I am now thinking about how Google Meet fits into my classroom long-term.
The potential for new learning spaces and dynamics represents an opportunity for a different kind of resonance–and hopefully, joy.
Lesson design will ideally meet the relative constraints and opportunities given by the learning circumstance.
Common uses of technology in the classroom include reading programs, assessment tools, and a range of learning management systems.
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