Classroom Culture 3
By Scott Sterling Thanksgiving might be the best holiday to harvest for learning opportunities (no pun intended), but many teachers default to having the students draw turkeys using their hands or making pilgrim hats out of construction paper. That’s a waste. The theme of Thanksgiving is, of course, gratitude. That falls clearly within character education […]
By Scott Sterling If you’re in the field of mindset management, business has been very good. To recap, the current thinking in education is that people, in general, have one of two mindsets. In a “fixed mindset,” you believe people are born with certain attributes and they will never change. People will always be smart […]
By Scott Sterling Celebrating student success is a key aspect of building a positive classroom culture. It can also have a lasting (and perhaps permanent) effect on the self-esteem of students. That being said, many teachers have the idea of celebrating student success with the occasional pizza party. However, there are many less disruptive—and cheaper—ways […]
20 Strategies for Increasing Student Engagement
By William N. Bender
- To Exist or Not Exist? How Student Autonomy Changes the Classroom: Part 2
- To Exist or Not Exist? How Student Autonomy Changes the Classroom: Part 1
- Reflecting on a Vision of Instruction at Des Moines Public Schools
- What to Do When a New Student Has a Language Barrier
- Four Steps to Defining Your Legacy as a Teacher
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