I was having a hard time thinking of types of routines and procedures that I will implement into my future classroom, then I found this website. Lots of good ideas! Start incorporating more routines into your classroom!
"All you do to interact with the SMART Board is touch it with your finger. This is what makes it seem like YOU’RE the input device."
I like this statement very much. And I think SMART boards can be effective, but in order to, I believe that students must be the ones interacting with the smart board, not teachers. If a teacher is the input, then are the students really learning more than when a blackboard or power point are used?
'Children raised in poverty rarely choose to behave differently, but they are faced daily with overwhelming challenges that affluent children never have to confront, and their brains have adapted to suboptimal conditions in ways that undermine good school performance"
How can we keep poverty in mind when we teach? Do I treat students from lower income areas differently? And do I realize it? What type of steps can be taken help students living poverty to succeed in education?
If the student has difficulty learning by listening, then try…Before the lesson:Pre-teach difficult vocabulary and conceptsState the objective, providing a reason for listeningTeach the mental activities involved in listening — mental note-taking, questioning, reviewingProvide study guides/worksheetsProvide script of filmProvide lecture outlinesDuring the lesson:
Joe Gruber's insight:
This website is an awesome resource for teachers with students who are having difficulties learning material. Buck Lodge get ready! I am going to put these strategies to use!
These are some of the many misconceptions of teaching...and I must admit I used to also believe these myths, but not any more! Identifying myths and misconceptions is a vital part of becoming an effective educator! What are some of the misconceptions/myths you used to have about education?
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