Tips to learn how to be a better teacher and engage a class. Ideas on how to remove any bad habits and embrace new better models. Thoughts on working with special needs students and learning disabilities.
These are great tools you can use on Chromebook, pads and phones for all students especially those with special needs...> https://www.controlaltachieve.com/2016/10/special-needs-extensions.html?m=1
Learning targets are a teacher’s best means of communication for learning objectives. Learning targets will greatly help students focus on what you want them to learn. They must be well written in student-friendly language and specific with clear and simple steps and given each school day. Think through how they fit into the bigger learning goals, so... Continue Reading →
A Handy Chart Featuring Over 30 iPad Apps for Students with Special Needs ~ Educational... http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2016/01/a-handy-chart-featuring-over-30-ipad.html
Know your students and use their names as often as possible.Plan for every class; never try to wing it.Pay attention to the strengths and limitations of each of your students. Reward the strengths and strengthen the weak spots.Set your room in a U-shape to encourage interaction among the students.Send lots of positive messages with posters,... Continue Reading →
Teacher and parent meeting in classroom. Boy kid student with mother in school. Flat style vector illustration isolated on white background. I have spent most of my years in education of some sort. In some of those times, I was a Customer Service Trainer for a major bank’s headquarters in Southern California. I learned the... Continue Reading →
In our teaching, we need to find ways to inspire our students. Like a simple question, I use for my second grade STEAM class and my Algebra II High School class, “what else can we do to solve this problem?” In addition, how do I make this fun. Easy with STEAM, a bit of a... Continue Reading →