St. Patrick’s Day is a great opportunity to get creative with writing prompts and encourage your students to think outside the box. Here, we’ve compiled five writing prompts specifically designed to take advantage of the holiday and help you make your classroom a fun and engaging place!
As a teacher, you know that self-regulation is crucial for a student's success in school. Children who can manage their emotions and behavior are better equipped to learn and engage in the classroom. However, some students struggle with self-regulation, which can lead to disruptive behavior, poor academic performance, and difficulty building relationships with peers.
Managing student talking in the classroom can be daunting for teachers, especially with an increasing number of students and diverse behavior. However, there are several effective ways to handle student talking in the classroom. This post will outline five strategies you can use to make managing a chatty class a little easier.
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