This is the time of year that I LOVE doing projects!! It can be a nice break from the constant demands of academic thinking, but it is also hard for me to justify the classroom time unless I can connect it to some other learning. I loved the classic...
The first weeks of the school year always got me wondering how much my students learned from last year. I certainly didn’t have time to review all of their standardized test scores, and it’s hard to give a pretest in every subject that touches on skills...
Looking to establish a behavior management system this year? I finally found something I love! STARS!!!!!! For the last two years I have transitioned from full-time teacher to full-time mom. I really thought I would be better at managing children since I… have...
Rewards and consequences have their pros and cons. When I was in the classroom with my first and second graders I tried establishing a rewards system as part of my classroom management strategy. I hated the inconvenience of having to pay attention to one more detail!...
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