Category: Classroom Management

Differentiated Instruction Strategies

Four Easy-To-Use Differentiated Instruction Strategies for Classroom Success A typical classroom anywhere in the world presents a highly diverse range of students each with their own abilities and unique learning needs. Teachers who are not prepared for this challenge quickly

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Teaching Strategies for Back to School

Highly Effective Teaching Strategies Vital for Back-to-School Success. To be a highly effective teacher you need to carefully choose your teaching style and methods well in advance of the start of class. The major methods and systems are covered here for you.

Highly Effective Teaching Strategies For Back to School Success For you to live up to your own potential and teach with passion long-term, (and avoid pulling your hair out), you need to decide on your own teaching style and which

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Classroom Management Strategies for BTS

Highly Effective Classroom Management from LeftHandedLearning.com - teacher pointing at blackboard

Classroom Management Strategies Essential for Success During the Back to School Season Summer “Vacation” serves as a time of recovery and rejuvenation for teachers and students alike, but it always ends too soon and it is time for back to

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Classroom Management Theories

Classroom Management Theories - Two that Actually Work

There are only two Classroom Management Theories that actually work. Classroom Management Theories 101: Students won’t learn from a boring teacher. Without a doubt, a bored student is not exerting effort to master new material. They are asleep. They are daydreaming.

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Here’s a good one for Classroom Management – July 17, 2015 at 07:52AM

Just Pinned to Classroom Management Interesting that the younger children especially try harder for male teachers.

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Lesson for New Teachers

You must master this one concept: There are only two Classroom Management Theories that actually work.   Classroom Management Theories 101: Students won’t learn from a boring teacher. Without a doubt, a bored student is not exerting effort to master new material.

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