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Introduce choice into your classroom management plan and reward the excellent behavior to keep it all running smoothly in a kindergarten classroom. Includes a free digital download for behavior bracelets and lickable non-toxic glue.
If these were apart of my kindergarten class when I was a child, I am sure more students would have been more cooperative.
"Have you ever heard of Pinterest? The first time I have ever heard of it was last night, or maybe I have seen it mentioned but never really paid attention."
"At the end of this past summer, I started noticing something called pinterest.com showing up in my stat counter for this site."
...Last January, Sarah Ludwig, a tech coordinator at Hamden Hall Country Day School outside New Haven, CT, started using Pinterest to create boards for her racially and economically diverse group of about 560 preK to 12th graders.
Sitting through stuffy lectures with a monotonous teacher is a student’s worst nightmare. But Pinterest may be changing that.
This is probably one of my favorite things for my classroom so far. It’s a little self-assessment flip chart. I have made one for each student and it will sit on the corner of their desk.
"One of the newest and best online tools for teachers is Pinterest."
"Pinterest is the newest social media phenomenon that is sweeping the world one virtual bulletin board at a time. Users create virtual pin boards"
This video describes 10 creative ways for using Pinterest in your online teaching and training.
Due to the popularity of my post Pinterest – Turning Procrastination into Classroom Preparation, I’ve decided to follow up with ways to use Pinterest with students. When using Pinterest, keep...