When students begin to display an eagerness to understand and learn, along with a desire to learn more about a certain subject, as a teacher you feel like you’ve done your job - you’ve not only taught your students what you needed to but you’ve also helped them to develop a love of learning.
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Planning does not just mean preparing your lesson content, but giving thought to how you want your students to behave before, during and after the lesson. Here are 5 simple yet highly powerful ways to create positive behaviour change with your students.
Social and emotional learning is a vital element of student development with clear research showing the positive impact on academic results. However, with all the curriculum content teachers need to cover, many teachers are asking how they can possibly add social and emotional learning to their load. Here are 8 easy ways.....
Here is an outstanding list of Behaviour Management Resources for Teachers.
When I first started teaching (many years ago!) I was struck by the cookie cutter approach of the education system, that seemed to knock any individualism, originality and enthusiasm right out of young students. Any student who didn’t fit in was poked and prodded (figuratively) till they were made to fit.
Here are 4 ways to implement differentiation in your classroom.