Tag: Classroom Management

One Down, Who Cares How Many to Go!

Many teachers and students are wrapping up or have already wrapped up their first week of school. The first week of school is often filled with endless reviews of rules, procedures, and policies. Typically, students also enjoy activities, games, and some outside time as…

Classroom Management Visual

For those visual learners out there, a great classroom management poster courtesy of www.weareteachers.com 

The Latest Brain Research and What it Means for Education

Brain research is invaluable.  It gives parents and educators an insight of not only how we learn, but an even greater insight into how the children, whom we are serving, learn.  It is imperative that educators stay informed on the latest findings so they…

Confessions of a Classroom Teacher

What could have been, if I had only reacted differently? What could have been if I had shown more patience? How can I respond better to that student? How can I communicate better with that family? Questions. Questions can keep you up at night….

Be an Example of Happiness to Your Students

Did you ever have that teacher who looked like they would rather amputate their left leg than be in the classroom that day? That doesn’t exactly make for an exciting day of learning. Here is the big question…shouldn’t we, as Lutheran educators, be the…

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