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By Karen Nemeth Don’t wait – I think you can find Superman in the heart of every great preschool teacher! Based on what I’ve been reading lately, the real question is how are we going to release the superpowers of preschool teachers so they can ensure the best possible start for all of the young children they teach?
How do you use celebration to motivate, provide feedback, and reinforce your desired culture? At Performance Learning Systems , we promote a strategy for teachers called the celebration of perseverance . Whenever students have preserved (worked hard) and succeeded we suggest the teacher throw a party…..a 30-90 second party. --A kindergarten teacher does the class back rub…where students form a circle and massage the back of the person in front of them, then spin around and repeat.
A task a day for 31 days A really useful thing to do is to get out of your own learning area and walk around the school. It's hard to find the time to do, because you're either teaching a full timetable or you need to use your non-teaching periods for lesson preparation and marking and so on. But if you can arrange it you will almost certainly find it quite enlightening. The point of the exercise is to quickly get an idea of how embedded is the use of educational technology in the curriculum.
French 321-01, CRN 41451, Fall 2010. Prerequisite: successful completion of French 341 or 342, strong placement test score, or instructor's approval. Prof.
Bienvenue! Thank you parents who visited the Heritage Fair! Being an interested audience is a great way to support the class' learning. Kudos to all of Division 15 for your great work as show-cased during the Heritage Fair. Term 3 English Language Arts theme - Historical Writing
i 1 Votes The ‘Learning to Teach Online’ project (LTTO) is based around sharing best practice in online pedagogy development, teaching and evaluation between practitioners. We want to encourage a dialogue between teachers from all disciplines, to help everyone out there who wants to start teaching online get the best advice from those who have done it all before.
The other day I received a message from a teacher in Slovakia I’m in touch with on Twitter. Her name is Vladimira Michalkova, and she asked me why I didn’t have something on homework on this blog. It’s a very good question, as I have written quite a bit on homework in a book that came out a few years ago . But Vladimira was also interested in starting her own blog, so I suggested that there was no better way to launch your own thing than by posting on someone else’s!