One of challenges of teaching math is being able to satisfying answer the question ‘why’? Before we can even answer the question for students, we have to answer the question for ourselves. Why does the math work this way? It’s much easier to teach a student how to do a problem. It’s a bit harder to explain to them why it works the way it does. It’s even more challenging to help them discover the why for themselves.
How do you handle the noise level in your classroom and get your students attention without screaming? What do you do about students who just refuse to study for tests? How do you create a self-sustaining classroom? We answer these and more in this first Q&A show!
In today’s video, we look at 4 things that every math teacher should stop saying, as well as what to say instead. 1. Does anyone
In this video, I share how I’ve dealt with student pushback in my classrooms. I’m looking at pushback as when students just aren’t really digging
In the teacher social media space, there’s been a lot of talk of how discouraging it could be as a teacher to see all these
The learning objective on Chalimar Chieza’s Early American History classroom reads as follows: “The student will create sick rhymes that showcase their knowledge of the