An interesting tool to help students self-reflect on their own work and mindset in specific classes.
Last year I went to DisneyWorld. I could not believe the long lines for rides. While some of the lines were definitely not worth the wait (Haunted Mansion I’m looking … Continue Reading From Definitive to Confident in the Classroom
I think we can all identify.
To kick off 2016, we talked about the importance of reflection as a teacher. So often we can get bogged down in the day to day rigor of just being … Continue Reading Journaling: A How-to Guide for Teachers
Having a tough time grabbing your students attention for a particular class? Try reflecting on these questions as your prep for your lesson. What is the big idea for my … Continue Reading 10 Questions to Increase Engagement with Your Students
“We all need people who give us feedback. That is how we improve.” … Continue Reading The Most Valuable Feedback in the World is Your Students
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 … Continue Reading Confessions of a Classroom Teacher