We recently started using "family style dining" in my kindergarten classroom. It's been a little challenging because I don't think many students eat at a dinner table with their family at home, but I love the relationships it's forming in my classroom!
Now that a vaccine is here the reality of going back to the classroom is getting closer to become a reality. I am wondering about how we can help the students begin to practice self management skills now before going back to the classroom. What are some things we can practice virtually that will be used in the classroom?
Is Kindergarten too much, too soon? Old Kindergarten Requirements Suggest Today’s Classrooms Are Too Much, Too Soon http://flip.it/2oj_G7
Does anyone use Wit and Wisdom in their classroom, and have any advice? What are the pros and cons? We will be rolling it out in August.
Some districts are installing cameras in special education classrooms. Do you think it is a good idea or not?
Just received a text from a team member stating two missionaries that traveled through Tokyo were in my classroom teaching (private school). Said they hired a company to deep clean tonight. Thoughts?
We are having an outbreak of lice in my classroom. How can I keep it from getting worse?
Dropping this in a few bowls, sorry if you see it twice. I'm transitioning from teaching 8th grade mathematics at a public school to teaching a 7/8 self-contained classroom at a charter school. Any advice for teaching mixed grade levels or multi subject is appreciated: scheduling, classroom setup, subject order, behavior management, etc. I'm struggling to find my rhythm with only 6 weeks before kids return. Thanks to everyone for your commitment and time, enjoy your summer!
Has anyone tried flexible seating options in their classroom? I'm trying it for next school year, but have my concerns about logistics of set up and storage.
Did I miss a memo- why do I keep see teachers calling their students “friends?” When did that become a thing?
I work in a humid part of the country in a portable building. My classroom has mold in walls and cieling. They decided to finally tear down the entire building, but it's the middle of the school year!
CANNOT WAIT for the Virtual Summit for Educators on June 2! Join us and learn about how to navigate the online classroom & beyond! #NOCB20 Learn more here: https://t.co/rS1MaL2qTh
How do you involve academics in your classroom? Does your school community realize there are integrated skills from their subjects in your class?
What is the biggest drawback of leaving the classroom to become an administator? I'm thinking of finally using my admin license.
Can you connect Seesaw to your Google classroom?
What are some of the best practices I can incorporate within my classroom to promote social justice? I feel like a lot of my students don't really grasp this issue.
Joining this group because I sincerely believe a classroom should be full of wonder in all forms. Let's talk.
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That moment when you start using consultant speak in your real life e.g. "lessons learned" or "add value" 😳
Any insight on leaving a project early? I got promoted to level 9 then got staffed to a standard system test role. I didn't decline because I was too nervous to do so. I want to leave now. No growth.
Am I the only one who finds it annoying AF to learn a new secret language every time you start a new project? Any hacks for navigating those first few days without losing it?
Interesting thread: Employees are happier when led by people with deep expertise https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=13481218
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