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Reaching Students: 18 Simple Ways To Make A Lasting Impact On Your Students

Reaching Students: 18 Simple Ways To Make A Lasting Impact On Your Students | Education Greece | Scoop.it

"Reaching students emotionally may seem like a red herring, but maybe it’s not.

Inspired by Justin Tarte’s recent—and excellent–post on making a difference in the lives of others around you, I immediately thought of the legacy teachers leave in the minds (and hearts) of students. If and how you will be remembered by students may sound like a bit of an ego trip, but the truth of the matter is, if you’re not making any kind of an impression, they’re probably not learning."

 


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Beth Dichter's curator insight, October 6, 2013 8:47 PM

This post provides 18 ways to reach students in your classroom, beginning with curiousity and including model macro behavior and be human. In addition you may watch a five minute video clip from the Dead Poets Society.

Mary Cunningham's curator insight, October 13, 2013 12:15 PM

Legacy and impact - making connections and developing relationships  are important keys to successful teaching and learning. 

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What Does It Mean to be a Great Teacher? Ten Ideas from Education Rethink

What Does It Mean to be a Great Teacher?  Ten Ideas from Education Rethink | Education Greece | Scoop.it

Have you asked yourself the question "What does it mean to be a great teacher?" Here are ten ideas from a teacher three days into teaching 6th grade this year, reflecting on his first 3 days and his previous years in teaching he asked himself this question, and came up with a list which he has shared. Read through the post and consider responding with your thoughts. What would you add to the list?

And to give you a taste, here are a couple of his thoughts (but read on for his explanations):

1. A love of students

2. A love of good content

3. Solid pedagogy


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