background preloader

10 Motivational Posters for Your Classroom

10 Motivational Posters for Your Classroom
Posted 08/31/2015 1:01PM | Last Commented 08/07/2016 8:35AM WARNING: These posters are guaranteed to brighten up your classroom & inspire minds of all ages. Enjoy! 1. Frame for your desk as a daily reminder that you don't need a cape to be a hero. Download. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Related:  Quotes to live byTeacher Tipswellbeing2Infografias & Fotos

29 Motivational Quotes That Can Definitely Change Your Life 1. Nelson Mandela on the Seemingly Impossible “It always seems impossible until it is done.” ~ Nelson Mandela This is true about the bigger tasks in life, and it can lead to a feeling of not even wanting to try. When it seems impossible it can be really easy to get into a defeatist mentality and that just adds to the impossibility of it all. edutopia When presented with new material, standards, and complicated topics, we need to be focused and calm as we approach our assignments. We can use brain breaks and focused-attention practices to positively impact our emotional states and learning. They refocus our neural circuitry with either stimulating or quieting practices that generate increased activity in the prefrontal cortex, where problem solving and emotional regulation occur. Brain Breaks A brain break is a short period of time when we change up the dull routine of incoming information that arrives via predictable, tedious, well-worn roadways. Our brains are wired for novelty.

50 Basic English Questions One of the most important tasks in speaking any language is asking questions. This article will help you learn how to ask and answer these questions to begin having conversations in English. To help you questions are divided into categories with a short explanation. 26 Motivational Quotes That Will Inspire Success in 2016 The way you think and feel about yourself, including your beliefs and expectations about what is possible for you, determines everything that happens to you. When you change the quality of your thinking, you change the quality of your life, sometimes instantly. You have complete control over only one thing in the universe — your thinking! edutopia Research shows that students with ADHD can concentrate better when they’re allowed to fidget (here's a link to the study). But what if this becomes a distraction for the rest of the class? We received hundreds of Facebook comments from teachers, parents, and students with great ideas for letting students quietly fidget, and here are some of our favorites: 1.

Unleashing the Power of Positivity in Your School Editor's note: This post is co-authored by Marcus Conyers who, with Donna Wilson, is co-developer of the M.S. and Ed.S. Brain-Based Teaching degree programs at Nova Southeastern University. A positive community of educators within a school has a powerful effect on the students who learn there. Individually, teachers contribute to that positive environment by exhibiting and modeling an optimistic outlook and can-do attitude. An understanding of the role that emotions play in learning can lay the foundation for positive and productive interactions with students, colleagues, administrators, and parents.

6 Timeless Quotes on Creativity From Pablo Picasso I recently read an interesting thought: If Albert Einstein was never born, eventually someone would have discovered the theory of general relativity. However, if Pablo Picasso was never born, his art would never have been created. That's something to chew on.

edutopia One day, in front 36 riotous sophomores, I clutched my chest and dropped to my knees like Sergeant Elias at the end of Platoon. Instantly, dead silence and open mouths replaced classroom Armageddon. Standing up like nothing had happened, I said, "Thanks for your attention -- let's talk about love poems." I never used that stunt again. After all, should a real emergency occur, it would be better if students call 911 rather than post my motionless body on YouTube. I've thought this through. 20 All-Time Best Steve Jobs Quotes Which one is your favorite? Post it on my Twitter feed. 1. "Sometimes when you innovate, you make mistakes. It is best to admit them quickly, and get on with improving your other innovations."

3 Tech Tips for Parent Newsletters How do you share information with families during the school year? A parent newsletter is a great way to keep parents in the loop about what is happening in your classroom. A newsletter can include classroom stories, details about upcoming events, and suggestions for how families can support their children's academic growth at home. Technology tools can make it easier for teachers to create newsletters that showcase the work students are doing in the classroom. Digital newsletters can also be sent directly to a family's inbox or smartphone and provide a more dynamic experience than a sheet of paper. 10 Telltale Signs That a 'Culture of Quality' Is Lacking at Your Company (Infographic) With quality (or its lack) making business headlines, leaders of organizations are often wrestling with how to improve things. Yet while entrepreneurs might vigorously pursue other key tools to help their business grow, they often let their company's attention and commitment toward quality evolve naturally. Research by my organization, the American Society for Quality, or ASQ, has shown that achieving quality goals requires a strong commitment: setting a compelling vision, companywide shared values and complementary performance metrics and incentives. The report, "Culture of Quality: Accelerating Growth and Performance in the Enterprise," analyzed responses from more than 2,000 executives and quality professionals (members of ASQ) and showed that while two-thirds of executives say their organizations exhibit a culture of quality, only half say that these values are clearly understood throughout the organization.

Lifelong learning should play a role in Global Citizenship Education - European Association for the Education of Adults ‘Global citizens’ are more involved in their communities and are aware of the global ties of their actions. Lifelong learning can play a crucial role in Global Citizenship Education to raise awareness of global inequalities, to foster democratic change and to empower citizens worldwide. “If you can read this, you are luckier than three billion people who cannot read or write.

edutopia Given that students spend much more time outside of school than in the classroom, partnering with parents can be an effective way to help children and youth enhance their executive function. Reinforcing messages and strategies related to taking charge of their thinking at home also illustrates how truly useful it can be to be the boss of your brain. Many parents won't be familiar with the concept of executive function -- or indeed the idea of guiding students to learn how to learn. In their own K-12 education, today's parents likely never encountered lessons about how the human brain learns and how people can become more effective learners. As a result, it will be helpful to share three key messages with parents: 1.

Action Quotes & Sayings (Actions Speak Louder Than Words, Activity, Movement, etc) Related Quotes Effort Goals Labor Laziness Perseverance I have always thought the actions of men the best interpreters of their thoughts. ~John Locke Well done is better than well said. ~Benjamin Franklin Between saying and doing many a pair of shoes is worn out.